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Sentence count:47+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-01-18Updated:2020-07-24
Antonym: apathySimilar words: nervousclairvoyantclairvoyancefavorivorysavorflavorvortexMeaning: ['fɜrvə(r) /'fɜːv-]  n. 1. feelings of great warmth and intensity 2. the state of being emotionally aroused and worked up. 
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1, He took up the cause with evangelical fervor.
2, The hype and fervor surrounding the event positively invited scepticism.
3, The speech aroused nationalist fervor.
4, Along with spices, religious fervor also obsessed them.
5, The survey suggests that all of this competitive fervor is taking a toll, and that financial pressures are paramount.
6, Yet there is a great religious fervor and ferment evident among not only young people but old and middle-aged as well.
7, These ministers lost none of their fervor for souls, but they became less mobile and more expensive to support.
8, She has minimized the revolutionary fervor and emphasis on class struggle that permeate Beaumarchais' original play.
9, She could probably join easily in the fervor of a pentecostal service without causing much notice.
10, In a word , an almost poetical fervor prevailed.
11, An anarchic fervor gripped the campus.
12, The fervor is half life, indifferent is half death.
13, In Richmond, with the fervor of a political campaign, the president demanded action from Congress on his jobs plan.
14, He did so, moreover, with a nearly messianic fervor and aplomb.
15, His enthusiasm and fervor thrives for good quality electronic dance music.
16, Our capacity for religious fervor and for unthinking energetic obedience is unfortunately bottomless.
17, Fervor - enticement - sex appeal - portrait - Attractive - Innocent, achromatic region opening browsing.
18, Romanism and idealism fervor are the communal characteristics of these heroic characters.
19, Change the way you look and feel for ever, says Powter,[] with the fervor of an evangelist.
20, The cumulative effect of this conscientious blandness denied Lisa a distinctive personality, which limited the fervor of its users.
21, Most of the 49ers who made themselves available to the media reacted with the same fervor as Stubblefield.
22, Liberals in Congress who had fought for civil rights bills with great moral fervor were dismayed.
23, Her family brimmed over with every species of moral fervor.
24, It keeps overheads down by focusing with near religious fervor on a no-frills approach, charging extra for baggage and meals.
25, John Wesley, when he saw the rising tide of patriotic fervor in America and the trend towards revolution, expressed his strong disapproval. So did the Anglican clergy.
26, Maybe Zoe herself wasn't sure how much of her zeal for the Saturday evening prayer service was due to religious fervor and how much was due to Luke.
27, The flesh will murmur against you, but it will be bridled by fervor of spirit.
28, "Chinese officials are V.I.P.'s, " said the man, who asked for anonymity because his job is government-related. "There is a great fervor about him because of what he represents."
29, When the Romantic Movement was still in its first fervor.
30, Facade material's tactile sensation and physical design of large window harmoniously reflect with each other, lit resident's life fervor and bring noble life taste.
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