Vehemently - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
Vehemently[ 1,,G1171, deinos ]
for which See GRIEVOUS, B, No. 1, is rendered vehemently" in Luke 11:53.
[ 2,,G2159, eutonos ]
vigorously, is translated "vehemently" in Luke 23:10, of accusations against Christ. See MIGHTY, D.
[ 3,,G1537 G4053, ekperissos ]
formed from ek, "out of," and the adverb perissos, "exceedingly, the more," is found in Mark 14:31, in the best texts (some have ek perissou, the genitive case of the adjective perissos, "more"), RV, "exceeding vehemently" (AV, "the more vehemently"), of Peter's protestation of loyalty; the RV gives the better rendering.
Note: For "brake (AV, 'beat') vehemently," Luke 6:48-Luke 6:49, See BEAT, No. 8.