Synonyms for Impassioned:


angry (adjective)
emotional (adjective)
enthusiastic (adjective)
fervent, zealous.
excited (adjective)
disturbed, Energized, ardent, aroused, burning, feverish, stimulated, passionate, anxious, inflamed, attentive, animated, turbulent, excited, exhilarated, effervescent, agitated, fervent, fiery, breathless, electrified, disquieted.
excited, vehement (adjective)
fervent, fervid, blazing, powerful, animated, burning, torrid, intense, inflamed, ardent, heated, glowing, passionate, zealous, perfervid, fiery, hot-blooded.
hot-blooded (adjective)
moving (adjective)
intense, study at passionate.
sensuous (adjective)
vigorous (adjective)
emphatic, frisky, afire, active, zestful, eager, prolific, exuberant, hearty, zealous, powerful, excited, zippy, lusty, energetic, strenuous, lively, virile, ablaze, earnest, enthusiastic, sprightly, spirited, puissant, vigorous, agitated, peppy, animated, passionate, burning, ardent, mettlesome, industrious, full-blooded, fervent, fiery, strong, potent.


histrionic, soulful, emotional, tempestuous, hysterical. feelings, glowing, blazing, dithyrambic, hot-blooded, heated, red hot, scorching. impassioned (noun)
fervent, fervid, ardent, burning, passionate, fiery, torrid, perfervid.


intensified (verb)

Other synonyms:

emotional, histrionic, blazing, dithyrambic, hysterical, hot-blooded, tempestuous, soulful. scorching. glowing, heated. zealous
red hot.
Other relevant words:
fervid, glowing, emotional, tempestuous, blazing, feelings, torrid, perfervid, intense, dithyrambic, hot-blooded, histrionic, scorching, red hot, soulful, heated, hysterical.

Usage examples for impassioned

  1. One's self is hedged about by impassioned inquisitionists. – Fibble, D. D. by Irvin Shrewsbury Cobb
  2. I think, Mr. Dale, addressing you as the lady's father, you will find me a persuasive, I could be an impassioned advocate in his interests." – The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith by George Meredith
  3. Hamlet, in an impassioned outburst, calls on the Ghost for an explanation; and, beginning very quietly, the Ghost works himself up to a tremendous pitch of excitement in telling his story. – Shakespeare and Music by Christopher Wilson