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synonyms for fervor

  • ardor
  • earnestness
  • intensity
  • passion
  • piety
  • seriousness
  • sincerity
  • warmth
  • zeal
  • animation
  • devoutness
  • eagerness
  • fervency
  • fire
  • heartiness
  • heat
  • hurrah
  • jazz
  • love
  • oomph
  • piousness
  • religiousness
  • solemnity
  • vehemence
  • weakness
  • wholeheartedness
  • ardency
  • pep talk
  • zealousness
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antonyms for fervor

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  • apathy
  • indifference
  • insincerity
  • lethargy
  • unimportance
  • disinterest
  • dullness
  • coolness
  • discouragement
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How to use fervor in a sentence

They do so with greater fervor when the price of bitcoin rises, like it did recently when rumors swirled that Amazon may soon accept it.
✦ THE FORECAST: DECARBONIZING CRYPTOJOHN DETRIXHEAUGUST 16, 2021QUARTZ
The typical global fervor for the Olympics is lacking this year, making it less of a marketing must than in years previous.
MARKETING BRIEFING: AD EXECS AND MARKETERS SAY THIS OLYMPICS HAS ‘LOST ITS LUSTER’KRISTINA MONLLOSJULY 27, 2021DIGIDAY
The rush to grow, outrun, and disrupt runs in the lifeblood of today’s entrepreneurs, driving their fervor and enabling them to capture markets from giants of industries too big to maneuver in a quickly changing landscape.
VEO CEO CANDICE XIE HAS A PLAN FOR BUILDING A SUSTAINABLE SCOOTER COMPANY, AND IT’S WORKINGREBECCA BELLANJUNE 25, 2021TECHCRUNCH
The scene had all the fervor and tension of a sports match—onlookers audibly gasping each time a set of teeth narrowly missed a swimming salmon.
IT’S GRIZZLY-VIEWING SEASON IN KATMAI NATIONAL PARKEMILY PENNINGTONJUNE 24, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
She is aware of the power and fervor Generation Z possesses and how this passion has become one of the main driving forces of modern day activism.
NATIONAL LGBTQ TASK FORCE WELCOMES NEW LEADERSHIPPRINCE CHINGARANDEJUNE 15, 2021WASHINGTON BLADE
This feeling and fervor is matched by an exciting slate of books published this spring and summer.
THE BEST SUMMER READS OF 2021ALLISON MCNEARNEYMAY 30, 2021THE DAILY BEAST
It’s an interesting choice to strip a villain of one of her signature characteristics—one which, perhaps, the studio found too risky given the fervor of animal rights’ groups.
EVERYTHING TO KNOW ABOUT THE ORIGINS OF CRUELLA DE VIL BEFORE WATCHING THE NEW DISNEY MOVIEANNABEL GUTTERMANMAY 28, 2021TIME
A number of high-profile DAOs have launched in recent months as the fervor for crypto mania increased.
DECENTRALIZED KOMOREBI COLLECTIVE LAUNCHES TO BACK FEMALE AND NONBINARY CRYPTO FOUNDERSLUCAS MATNEYMAY 21, 2021TECHCRUNCH
He’s been terrific in his role, hunting his shot with a fervor nearly unrivaled in the league not just this year, but ever.
CAN UTAH’S WINGS HOLD THEIR OWN AGAINST THE BEST OF THE WEST?JARED DUBINAPRIL 21, 2021FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Norm Ornstein has been talking about this for many years, even before the current fervor built for overhauling the court.
4 IDEAS FOR SUPREME COURT REFORMAARON BLAKEAPRIL 15, 2021WASHINGTON POST
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WORDS RELATED TO FERVOR

  • alertness
  • avidity
  • briskness
  • cheerfulness
  • dispatch
  • eagerness
  • enthusiasm
  • expedition
  • fervor
  • gaiety
  • hilarity
  • joyousness
  • promptitude
  • quickness
  • readiness
  • speed
  • sprightliness
  • willingness
  • zeal
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