The New York Observer claimed Clark-Flory was the chosen one (she vehemently denied it in an email to The Daily Beast).
Her family supported her so vehemently as an innocent, simple young woman.
Industry may vehemently oppose even modest reforms, maybe trying to kill it off entirely.
late 15c., from Middle French vehement "impetuous, ardent," from Latin vehementem (nominative vehemens) "impetuous, carried away," perhaps from a lost present middle participle of vehere "to carry" (see vehicle). The other theory is that it represents vehe- "lacking, wanting" + mens "mind." Related: Vehemently.