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fur vuhnt

  • s  characterized by intense emotion
    a fervent desire to change society
    a fervent admirer
  • s  extremely hot
    the fervent heat...merely communicated a genial warmth to their half-torpid systems"- Nathaniel Hawthorne

  • When World War I broke out, no one responded more fervently to the cause of France than pretty, earnest Kathleen Burke of London.
  • With a fervent belief in the small investor as the foundation of the stock market,.
  • Roman Catholicism's Christoph Cardinal Schnborn has dubbed the most fervent of faith-challenging scientists followers of "scientism" or "evolutionism," since they hope science .
News & Articles


  • Kevin Keegan in International Herald Tribune
    It remains my fervent wish to see Newcastle United do well in the future,Keegan said. "I feel incredibly sorry for the players, staff and most importantly the supporters. I have been left with no choice other than to leave."
  • Condoleezza Rice in International Herald Tribune
    It is my fervent hope that we will continue to see sufficient numbers ...... volunteering for Iraq service, but we must be prepared to meet our requirements in any eventuality,Rice said in the unclassified cable sent Tuesday.
  • Doris Kearns Goodwin in San Diego Union Tribune
    Presidential historian Doris Kearns Goodwin said the last politician to draw such "fervent, huge crowds" was Robert F. Kennedy, in 1968.

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