fervency fervency


  • (n) feelings of great warmth and intensity


  1. Your fervency is, um, admirable.
  2. As Murray's attacks mounted in fervency, some old party-liners did some curious flip-flops.
  3. Many exponents of jazz put on a varnish of this same opinion, but Whiteman expressed it with a peculiar fervency.


  • Kirk Franklin elevates NJPAC

    Although his name is not well known to many pop fans, Kirk Franklin, has been one of the biggest stars in gospel music for the better part of the last two decades. His rise to the front rank of devotional performers on the strength of his impeccable musicianship, the fervency of his belief and his approachable non-judgmental personality.
    on October 21, 2013     Source: The Star-Ledger

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animosity animosity
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