Synonyms of passion in English:

passion


See definition of passion

noun

1‘the passion with which voters attach themselves to a particular political party’

SYNONYMS
fervour, ardour, intensity, enthusiasm, eagerness, zeal, zealousness, vehemence, vigour, avidity, avidness, feeling, emotion, fire, heat, fieriness, fierceness, excitement, energy, animation, gusto, zest, zestfulness, spirit, spiritedness, commitment, fanaticism, violence
rare fervency, ardency, passionateness
ANTONYMS

indifference, apathy

2‘he gradually worked himself up into a passion’

SYNONYMS
rage, blind rage, fit of anger, fit of rage, fit of temper, temper, towering rage, outburst of anger, tantrum, fury, frenzy, paroxysm, fever
British informal paddy
British informal, dated wax, bate, paddywhack

3‘Roman's deep voice was husky with passion’

SYNONYMS
love, desire, sexual love, sexual desire, lust, ardour, hunger, yearning, longing, craving, adoration, infatuation, lasciviousness, lustfulness
amour fou
rare concupiscence, nympholepsy

4‘his passion for football’

SYNONYMS
enthusiasm, love, mania, keen interest, fascination, obsession, fanaticism, fixation, predilection, compulsion, appetite, relish, partiality, liking, interest, weakness, penchant, addiction, fondness
informal thing, yen
rare appetency

5‘English literature is something of a passion with me’

SYNONYMS
obsession, preoccupation, craze, mania, rage, hobby horse

6‘the Passion of Christ’

SYNONYMS
crucifixion, pain, suffering, agony, martyrdom
rare martyrization