ardently : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in an ardent manner
the spirit of God knew very well that there was a deeper question to be settled before there could be the intervention in power that was so ardently desired
- Which is a big reason why Childs, a black Greenwood County councilwoman, says she is so ardently supporting Barack Obama in South Carolina's Democratic primary on January 26, a .
- Home-town fans, who had been ardently convinced of Cleveland's orchestral supremacy for years, were suddenly confronted with astonishing international applause.
- He courted controversy ardently: he wrote about sexual harassment in Disclosure and the expanding Japanese economic hegemony in Rising Sun (back in 1992 when that was an edgy topic.
- Gregory Paul in Greeley Tribune
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.
- John McCain in CNN
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... Fatima Hajaig http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fatima_Hajaig&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNFkjF51EHrWq0z-N30gsxVys_BbOw News24 http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.news24.com/News24/South_Africa/News/0,,2-7-1442_2457982,00.html&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNFU4BWBFtzcdEW3IYMY4D15uHV8pg Jan 23, 2009
5188 7598 ardently 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.