oratory in which he gradually works himself up into a passion
Intense sexual love
their all-consuming passion for each other
she nurses a passion for Thomas
An intense desire or enthusiasm for something
the English have a passion for gardens
A thing arousing enthusiasm
modern furniture is a particular passion of Bill's
The suffering and death of Jesus
meditations on the Passion of Christ
A narrative of this from any of the Gospels
A musical setting of any of these narratives
an aria from Bach's St. Matthew Passion
a strong feeling or emotion
heat: the trait of being intensely emotional
rage: something that is desired intensely; "his rage for fame destroyed him"
mania: an irrational but irresistible motive for a belief or action
a feeling of strong sexual desire
love: any object of warm affection or devotion; "the theater was her first love"; "he has a passion for cock fighting";
Passion is a 1982 film by Jean-Luc Godard, and the second feature film made during his return to relatively mainstream filmmaking in the 1980s, sometimes referred to as the Second Wave. ...
Passion (Szenvedély) is a 1998 Hungarian drama film directed by György Fehér. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1998 Cannes Film Festival. It is based on the novel The Postman Always Rings Twice by James M. Cain.
"Passion" is episode 17 of season 2 of Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
The Passion is the Christian theological term used for the events and suffering – physical, spiritual, and mental – of Jesus in the hours before and including his trial and execution by crucifixion. The Crucifixion of Jesus is an event central to Christian beliefs.
Passion (from Latin verb patior meaning to suffer or to endure) is an emotion applied to a very strong feeling about a person or thing. Passion is an intense emotion compelling feeling, enthusiasm, or desire for something. ...
Passion is the third album by English pop singer Geri Halliwell, released on 6 June, 2005) in Europe, Asia, Latin America, and Canada. Two singles were released from the album, "Ride It" and "Desire", which both made the UK top 30. ...
(passional) a book describing sufferings of martyrs; characterized by passion
A passionate individual; To fill with passion, or with another given emotion; Given to strong feeling, sometimes romantic and/or sexual
(Passional) the same as the Legendary. Collection of narratives of variable length, in which are recounted the life, martyrdom, translation of relics, or miracles of the saints.
(Passionate) "...be intoxicated always in her love." (Proverbs 5:18-19)
(Passions) (1 episode, 2005) ... aka Harmony's Passions (USA)... aka The Passions Storm (USA: summer title) in Episode #1.1623 (2005) TV Episode
(passions) Akratic: Greek word. [MAC, 128] re: Aristotle --- passions not yet under a person’s rational control, because in one way or another his knowledge of what is good is not brought to bear on them (Plato) – not vicious since simply is a lack of knowledge to do right thing – the enkratic ...
(passions) emotions that are usually strong, and often over-powering, causing suffering or affliction of the mind (and body). Sometimes, in his sermons, Wesley uses "passions" as an equivalent to our words "emotions" or "feelings. ...
Instruction to play very softly.
Boundless enthusiasm; deep and positive emotion; fervent expression of hope; belief in the essential connection of individual and community; and love of humanity. Passion, like altruism, is essential to the action of giving and the purpose of philanthropy.
One of the seven modes. Its positive pole is self-actualization; its negative pole is identification. In passion mode, one releases one's energy boundlessly, downward and outward.
Evil inclination is at first slender as a spider's thread, and then strong as a rope. The greater the man, the more violent his passion.
The events leading up to Good Friday, beginning with Christ's arrest and ending with his burial. Portrayals of the Passion, which focus on the Suffering Christ, include depictions of Judas betraying Christ with a kiss, Peter cutting off Malchus's ear, the crown of thorns, and so on.
(Latin passio, "suffering") The sufferings of Christ, especially in the agony of the garden and on the cross