Impetuous & Vehement

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Impetuous means marked by impulsiveness, often without forethought: “His decision to resign the lucrative job without finding an alternative was impetuous. ”
Vehement , on the other hand, means marked by powerful and deeply felt feelings: “The opposition parties were vehement in their criticism of the tax policy of the ruling party.”

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