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This long speech gave Lurida's perfervid brain time to cool off a little.
A MORTAL ANTIPATHYOLIVER WENDELL HOLMES, SR.
To court their own discomfiture by love is a common instinct with certain perfervid women.
RETURN OF THE NATIVETHOMAS HARDY
Perfervid, per-fer′vid, adj. very fervid: very hot or eager.
CHAMBERS'S TWENTIETH CENTURY DICTIONARY (PART 3 OF 4: N-R)VARIOUS
But there was no question of restricting the number of ministers and confessors in these days of perfervid devotion.
THE STORY OF SEVILLEWALTER M. GALLICHAN
"I don't know where I was most miserable," I rejoined, beginning to see the matter in a less perfervid light.
A THIEF IN THE NIGHTE. W. HORNUNG
Then there are those piteous cases due to a perfervid imagination which fails to find material suited to its demands.
THE SPIRIT OF YOUTH AND THE CITY STREETSJANE ADDAMS
He had an imperious will, a perfervid temper, unbounded enthusiasm, inexhaustible energy.
FIFTEEN CHAPTERS OF AUTOBIOGRAPHYGEORGE WILLIAM ERSKINE RUSSELL
The perfervid woman has sometimes communicated too much of her fervour to the very language of the author.
PERSONALITY IN LITERATUREROLFE ARNOLD SCOTT-JAMES
The reaction which follows perfervid enthusiasm of this sort had settled down upon the miners and cow-boys.
WHEN THE WEST WAS YOUNGFREDERICK R. BECHDOLT
La Touche thanked her with the perfervid sincerity of a man whose irreducible minimum is forty-eight dollars a dozen.
H. R.EDWIN LEFEVRE
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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