ardently ardently  /ˈɑr dənt li/


  • (adv) in an ardent manner


  1. Home-town fans, who had been ardently convinced of Cleveland's orchestral supremacy for years, were suddenly confronted with astonishing international applause.
  2. Substance: Intelligent, knowledgeable, and an earnest explainer without bothering to fight ardently for his case.
  3. Though he conveyed a general sense of his agenda, he did so without bothering to fight ardently for his case.



  1. "The non-religious, pro-evolution democracies contradict the dictum that a society cannot enjoy good conditions unless most citizens ardently believe in a moral creator," Paul said.
    on Jan 27, 2007 By: Gregory Paul Source: Greeley Tribune

  2. "It is truly heart-warming that the people of South Africa could reach out in thought, word and deed to the people of Palestine. Government commends civil society and non-governmental organisations that have so ardently supported and co-ordinated...
    on Jan 23, 2009 By: Fatima Hajaig Source: News24

  3. "After the events of the past six days, no one should wonder why countries on Russia's periphery so ardently seek the security guarantees alliance membership represents," McCain said during a campaign stop in Birmingham, Michigan.
    on Aug 13, 2008 By: John McCain Source: CNN

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