fervency[ fur-vuh n-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF fervency
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FERVENCY
“O, that it were to the day of my own death,” exclaimed Elizabeth with fervency.
Joy there was, but, alas, how much mitigated was its fervency!
In the fervency of his feelings, Alonzo flew to him and clasped him in his arms.
All the fervency which the mother had given to business, Micheline had given to love.
By quickening and exciting us to a liveliness and fervency in all.
It is lawful to speak the same words from fulness and fervency of zeal; 2.
The elevation, and fire of the voice must accord with the fervency of the matter in the heart.
Nothing could exceed the fervency with which he longed to meet a woman angel.
The vigour and fervency of his preaching were unabated by length of years.
And, by Jove, he meant it—there was no mistaking his fervency!