Similar words: nervous, nervously, fervor, reservoir, fervent, fervently, effervescent, clairvoyant. Meaning: ['fɜrvə(r) /'fɜːv-] n. 1. the state of being emotionally aroused and worked up 2. feelings of great warmth and intensity.
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1, He took up the cause with evangelical fervour.
2, He spoke with evangelical fervour.
3, She kissed him with unusual fervour.
4, He delivered his speech with evangelical fervour.
5, The speech aroused nationalist fervour.
6, The fervour of her speech showed she felt strongly.
7, They were concerned only with their own religious fervour.
8, With almost evangelical fervour, Marks warns against deliberately seeking a tan.
9, He supports his local team with a fervour that borders on idolatry.
10, The hype and fervour surrounding the event positively invited scepticism.
11, To them we should respond with greater fervour.
12, But they did, with a fervour that would have amazed the feminists of their grandmothers' generation.
13, Tech-Green had mourned his passing with hysterical fervour; no one had replaced him in their pantheon.
14, But sober reality will soon dampen the fervour of the most ardent.
15, Revolutionary fervour produced discontent at home,(http://sentencedict.com/fervour.html) and there were frequent uprisings and riots.
16, The young magistrate had embraced orthodoxy with the fervour of a recent convert.
17, Derby matches wouldn't be so spicey without the fervour and passion born out of local rivalry.
18, All these groups lost in fervour what they gained in respectability and by the mid eighteenth century their force was largely spent.
19, Do you detect a touch of moral fervour rippling its unsightly way across the normally limpid Weltanschauung of Oliver Russell?
20, Nowhere else in the world can match the fervour of it.
21, It is the fervour and ecstasy with which many of them listen to music and songs.
22, Her fervour and her depiction of a siege mentality do not transfer too easily to Britain.
23, Doyle talked with the fervour of a preacher and generated enough enthusiasm to fuel 10 teams.
24, The prime minister's final speech had the desired effect, whipping his party into a patriotic fervour.
25, They should wear gloves and soft shoes, avoid physical contact and use whistles to express their fervour.
26, After his body was returned to Kinshasa, carefully planned scenes of public grief turned into a mass demonstration of patriotic fervour.
27, When he raised his gaze to inspect his face, Lat found his eyes agleam with the intensity of his fervour.
28, Whether such brave ideas can thrive in the rough tide of freedom alongside economic want and nationalist fervour remains to be seen.
29, From him even the most intractable pages stir with revolutionary fervour.
30, After the war he pursued both arts with equal fervour.
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