fervidly fervidly


  • (adv) with passionate fervor



  1. Very few of them can say what they mean as fervidly as he.
  2. The slouching panelists, two moderate liberals among them, fervidly debate everything from the balanced-budget amendment to the death of patriotism.
  3. Woodrow Wilson's spiritualism, so fervidly translated into his political approaches, helped defeat his great dream of putting America in the League of Nations.


  • "My prayers have been answered, because I prayed fervidly that the governor would . . . appoint an African American," said Rush, whose son is a former Blagojevich administration employee. "We need to have not just one African American in the...
    on Dec 31, 2008 By: Bobby Rush Source: Chicago Sun-Times

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