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.
Right-wingers like Barry Goldwater, James Burnham, and Norman Podhoretz vehemently disagreed.
Her coming out of retirement, apparently to do exactly what she so vehemently said she would never do again, is because of this.
Pitt was vehemently blamed by Irish loyalists for his apathy at the crisis.
"I don't think so at all, Mr. Little," said Hetty, vehemently.
The coal operators denied this vehemently, at the same time fighting bitterly a federal inquiry.
“And you are every bit as bad as he is, and as soft—he has made you so,” went on Linders, vehemently.
They opposed it vehemently, yet we went to work on Friday, worked hard all day, and carried it two to one nearly against them.
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.