What does fervor mean?
Definitions for fervor
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ardor, ardour, fervor, fervour, fervency, fire, fervidnessnoun
feelings of great warmth and intensity
"he spoke with great ardor"
excitement, excitation, inflammation, fervor, fervournoun
the state of being emotionally aroused and worked up
"his face was flushed with excitement and his hands trembled"; "he tried to calm those who were in a state of extreme inflammation"
An intense, heated emotion; passion, ardor.
A passionate enthusiasm for some cause.
heat; excessive warmth
intensity of feeling or expression; glowing ardor; passion; holy zeal; earnestness
The numerical value of fervor in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of fervor in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Examples of fervor in a Sentence
Life is too short to be little. Man is never so manly as when he feels deeply, acts boldly, and expresses himself with frankness and with fervor.
We're told that (the terrorists) were zealots fueled by religious fervor, and if you live to be a thousand years old, will that make any sense to you. Will that make any goddamn sense.
Clearly, the fervor around selling had largely hit a peak. Last week, I don't think there was a sense that it was all clear, or a resounding sense of confidence that perhaps the lows have been put in.
One of the ironies, as some have observed, is that the secular project has itself become a religion, pursued with religious fervor. It is taking on all the trappings of a religion – including inquisitions and excommunication. Those who defy the creed risk a figurative burning at the stake – social, educational, and professional ostracism and exclusion waged through lawsuits and savage social media campaigns.
Fervor is the weapon of choice for the impotent.
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- страст, плам, разпаленост, зной, жегаBulgarian
- Eifer, Leidenschaft, Inbrunst, BegeisterungGerman
- 情熱, 熱情Japanese
- ardoare, fervoareRomanian
- жара, зной, пыл, страсть, жар, рвение, усердиеRussian
- gòrljivōst, žȃr, zánosSerbo-Croatian
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