impetuosity
Noun

impetuosity (uncountable)

  1. The quality of making rash or arbitrary decisions, especially in an impulsive or forceful manner.
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  2. The condition or quality of being impetuous; fury; violence.
  3. Vehemence; furiousness of temper.
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