Animal research, on the other hand, aroused much greater passion.
Such were the passions aroused by Shakespeare a century and a half ago.
As the issues become more complex, they arouse fewer passions.
Our only thought was that we had an obligation not to arouse political passions.
But the passion the book aroused in her grew crazier.
He's sure his father did arouse passion in his mother, even if only for a short while.
But the Kosovo issue arouses strong passions, and no solution is in view.
Graham responded that the piece was "working" if it aroused passion.
Nuclear power is seen to be "a divisive issue that can arouse deep passions among those for and against".
It was not a body to arouse sudden, urgent, immediate passion.