Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MORE FERVENT

Let the prayers of our brethren in England be more fervent than ever in behalf of China.

His prayer was all the more fervent from the fact that he did not believe in God.

From that time I verily think he has been the more fervent in them; yet courts them not, but sets them at defiance.

That night Kenneth Gordon's prayer was longer and more fervent than usual.

Boyhood came, and with it an increased desire to rove, and a more fervent thirst for adventure.

August Naab's prayers were more fervent than ever, and he even prayed for the soul of the man who had robbed him.

These were chosen by the Indians themselves from among the more fervent Christians.

It is not the privilege of the more enlightened or more fervent disciple, but of all.

Nothing is so much my grief and shame, as that I can answer such love with no more fervent, fruitful love.

Virginia spoke a more fervent word of praise of her sister, and had not the hushing response to it.