His old friend Steele was meanwhile involving himself in difficulties through the heat and impetuosity of his party passions.
Faraday notes his own impetuosity, and incessantly checks it.
As usually happens in rebellions the plans of the more prudent were thwarted by the impetuosity of the more violent spirits.
Apparently with sudden remorse at his impetuosity, he turned to the doctor.
With all his impetuosity, he was regular, systematic, and deliberate in his habits and ways of doing business.
In his impetuosity, we find the rationale of much that is peculiar in the style of Dr. Chalmers.
But, once in presence of the enemy, his impetuosity would brook no control.
You must remember that Helen, with all her frankness and impetuosity, is still no child.
"Assuredly, my good sir," replied the young Roman, a bit confused at the other's impetuosity.
She was often silent and dreamy: sometimes, however, she spoke with impetuosity.