perfervid[ per-fur-vid ]SEE DEFINITION OF perfervid
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PERFERVID
And this perfervid and most serious account was in truth very funny.
A man proposes to you as if he were asking you for the sixth waltz, only his manner is perfervid.
I have a perfervid appreciation of those things in other persons.
But this perfervid disputant was not always out of key with his audience.
Welsh—the courage of perfervid emotion, religious in its intensity.
The last lines of this perfervid article, give an instructive clue.
She hardly expected an answer, but Honora developed a perfervid lucidity.
But he had the perfervid temper of his race, and he was not twenty-two.
The perfervid woman was by this time half in love with a vision.
For lurid and perfervid language commend me to the Australian Tommy.