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Sentence count:79+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-01-23Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: ardentdevotedenthusiasticintensepassionatesincerezealousAntonym: apatheticSimilar words: interventioninterveneinterveningservenerveserve asobservedeserveMeaning: ['fɜrvnt /'fɜːnt]  adj. 1. characterized by intense emotion 2. extremely hot. 
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(1) It is his fervent hope that a peaceful solution will soon be found.
(2) It is my fervent hope that you will be able to take this project forward.
(3) He's a fervent believer in free speech.
(4) It was a debate which aroused fervent ethical arguments.
(5) McAllister murmured a fervent amen.
(6) He became the most fervent sort of convert.
(7) Ashley offered up a fervent thanks.
(8) Magnard was also a fervent feminist.
(9) They remain among the most fervent participants in politics.
(10) This can lead to fervent acceptance or rejection uninformed by understanding, the imposition of one mode of thinking on another.
(11) My most fervent hope is that this work has been done with the accuracy and fairness intended.
(12) Most of the people here are fervent supporters of self-determination.
(13) It now is remembered only by fervent patriots and radio announcers.
(14) At that time I was a fervent believer in the civil service system.
(15) A fervent supporter of Home Rule, he had converted to the Roman Catholic faith.
(16) Such emotionally fervent piety was also provided with a catalyst in the devotional use of images.
(17) Needless to say, it is still a fervent catch-cry in the Boston schools.
(18) The island had responded particularly to the fervent missionary work of the itinerant Baptist preachers in the early years of the century.
(19) Low turnout may benefit Buchanan, whose fervent backers are by far the most committed.
(20) A great deal of fervent and unfavourable publicity was heaped upon the papacy as a result of this issue.
(21) They were no longer disrespectful of authority, and their worship was anything but emotionally fervent.
(22) Life, she felt vaguely but powerfully, was more than fervent chats about great literature.
(23) Every available wall space was covered with graffiti and fervent slogans, or the accumulated remnants of countless religious posters.
(24) This time it was louder, closer, and of a more discernible and fervent, regular rhythm.
(25) The theological concepts contained in these phrases are weighty ones indeed and have been the subject of fervent discussion for centuries.
(26) The fact is that Berlioz, who invented the modern orchestra, was a fervent reactionary throughout his life.
(27) And it did this because it demonstrated that they were among the most fervent believers in the primacy of economic life.
(28) Despite her troubled life she has always had a fervent belief in God.
(29) His attempts to write his own screenplay are deliciously comic depictions of fervent banality.
(30) The condescension on one side has been met by a fervent reaction on the other.
More similar words: interventioninterveneinterveningservenerveserve asobservedeservereserveobserverreservedobservedpreservefervoreventinventeventssubservientseventhventurepreventsolventseventydifferenteventualinventioninventoryadventurein any eventeventually
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