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passion rate
(Noun) a strong feeling; desire; lust
passion rate
(Noun) intensity
passion rate
(Noun) ardor
passion rate
(Adult / Slang)

(1) Empress Agrippa and Oedipus (Eddie Cantor) in Roman Scandals (1933):
-- Empress: ' Oedipus, have you ever been fired by passion? '
-- Oedipus: ' No, but I've been fired by everyone else.'

(2) Lord Henry Wotton (George Sanders) in The Picture of Dorian Gray (1945): ' Always! That's a dreadful word. Women are so fond of using it, they spoil every romance by trying to make it last forever. The only difference between a caprice and a lifetime passion is that the caprice lasts a little longer.'

(3) Lorenzo Anello (Robert De Niro) to his son Calogero/C (Lillo Brancato) in A Bronx Tale (1993): ' Sometimes, in the heat of passion, the little head tells the big head what to do and the big head should think twice about it.'

passion rate
(Noun) any powerful or compelling emotion or feeling.
passion rate
a strong emotion respresenting desire
Passion rate
strong feeling or enthusiasm, a kind of love.

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