vehemenent

The comparative (or even superlative) form of the adjective vehement, accented on the second syllable.
Used as an intensifier, often in especially eloquent barroom discussions after several rounds.

Hey! Calm down. I didn't mean anything by it. You don't have to get all vehemenent about it.


Dictionary of american slang with examples. .

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