fervent

[ fur-vuhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF fervent

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FERVENT

Her prayers were not so fervent, her aspirations not so strong.

Perhaps "love" is left to the fervent vocabulary of the lover.

She was "diligent in business," but this did not preclude her being "fervent in spirit."

Does she suspect that your fervent friendship may lead you to a small indiscretion?

"I think there's nothin' to equal 'em," was the fervent answer.

My attachment to L——, as you say, is involuntary, and my love as pure as it is fervent.

What that inner purple; is it not an earnest and fervent love of God?

This exclamation, although but a mutter, was fervent indeed.

He stared, slowly shook his head, and then uttered a fervent, "Whew!"

This terrified me so much that I made a fervent appeal to Mildred to save me.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FERVENT

evangelical

adjectivecharacterized by missionary zeal
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