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  • n  the state of being emotionally aroused and worked up
  • n  feelings of great warmth and intensity

  • Nonconformists are handled equally harshly as "the Sunday edition of the Liberal Party"and, like the Liberals, Nonconformity "has lost both its spiritual fervour and its .
  • Your excellent article speaks of a wave of nationalist fervour sweeping China ahead of the Olympic Games.
  • First, saying torture works and was for the good of the country should elicit the fervour of many Americans.

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