Filled with intense emotion or passion; fervent. (adjective)
Examples of word impassioned
English, stimulating his sexual desire to that fever-heat which they called impassioned living.
And Jobim s Retrato em Blanco E Preto, Inutil Paisaje, and Dindi are rendered in impassioned ballad, bossa nova-scat, and John Coltrane-ish settings.
Nay, the members of a union will declaim in impassioned rhetoric for the God-given right of an eight-hour day, and at the time be working their own business against seventeen hours out of the twenty-four.
So far Arabic metre is true to Nature: in impassioned speech the movement of language is iambic: we say “I will, I will,” not
He blows up, and in impassioned language forswears and disowns Rosalia, the five children, and all memory of them and responsibility for them, forever and forever.