fervor[ fur-ver ]SEE DEFINITION OF fervor
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FERVOR
He loved good horses with all the fervor of his own strong, simple, honest nature.
His eyes shone, and his face flushed with the fervor of his theme.
I had loved the man so eagerly and intensely—with such warmth, fervor, and humility.
Or was it the natural effect of Divine love, or fervor of devotion in these persons?
The fervor of his words touched her, for she felt that they were sincere.
Lorimer still loved Beatrix with all the fervor of his nature.
And certainly there was not a grain of hypocrisy in the fervor with which she uttered it.
"I wish she'd stay down on her," responded Natalie with fervor.
They are repeated with fervor by the disinherited workers of all the lands.
She kissed the girl again, on the lips this time, and there was fervor in the return.