EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FERVIDLY
It is my belief that he is still blazing as fervidly as ever.
"You are always generous, Amzi," said Mrs. Waterman fervidly.
Then he kissed her fervidly and laughed with the joy of realization and triumph.
"I'd like to have a wife like that Bo," declared Roy, fervidly.
And, when the prayers rhymed, how exhilarating it was to lay stress on each rhyme and double rhyme, shouting them fervidly.
Jock thought hotly of it, and expressed his thought so fervidly that the boy on the cracker-box gave attention.
And that was just what made his deathless anger burn all the more fiercely and fervidly against his brother!
From thinking of him fervidly, she was already past the marvel of the thought that she called him husband.
Pity of his wife, too, gets to be fervidly active with her portrait, fetches her breath about us.
"I see, you worship her," said Miss Maybough fervidly, keeping her gaze fixed upon Cornelia.