After all, there is a great deal in this world worth living for besides love as a grand passion.
Dolly could talk of it as a tragedy, and a—a grand passion, and yet make a suggestion like that!
He was fifty-two; that is to say, the grand passion had come and gone.
"The grand passion of her life is yet to come," said Rachel.
He has been sustaining a grand passion for a married woman, but the looming shadow of the husband obsesses him.
It was not much like a grand passion, but it was something, the honest confession of a boy.
Even the memory of his grand passion was now corrupted, sullied, debased.
"I doubt it will be what they call a 'grand passion,'" he reflected with reverence.
Had not he confessed that he—when young—had loved with a grand passion?
Are you quite sure you won't let me tempt you into a second grand passion?