fervidly

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • adv fervidly with passionate fervor "both those for and against are fervently convinced they speak for the great majority of the people","a fierily opinionated book"
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • fervidly Hotly; with glowing warmth.
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Usage

In literature:

At the present moment, however, no praise was too fervid to be bestowed upon him by Cicero's pen.
"The Life of Cicero" by Anthony Trollope
But a quiet weekly meeting at a private house was not sufficient for the insatiable energy and fervid patriotism of Mr. Watson.
"Duncan Polite" by Marian Keith
With fervid hand-clasp we separated, some of us never again to meet.
"A Son of the Middle Border" by Hamlin Garland
The unceasing strain of years had at last worn out that buoyant frame and fervid spirit.
"Recollections of a Tour Made in Scotland A.D. 1803" by Dorothy Wordsworth
Behind the fervid comradeship and affection, the men were strangers each to the other.
"Louisiana Lou" by William West Winter
Now she was a watchful servitor of a more fervid sort.
"The Prisoner" by Alice Brown
With Sthen the fervid spirit of the Reformation period appears to have spent itself.
"Hymns and Hymnwriters of Denmark" by Jens Christian Aaberg
His reason, at times, was sound, for his reason was fervid to the last.
"The Poetical Works of William Collins" by William Collins
Heckling, threats, fervid oratory had no effect on the favoring Senators.
"The History of Woman Suffrage, Volume VI" by Various
It is far more fervid when it rises through intellect than through sense.
"The Religious Sentiment" by Daniel G. Brinton
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In poetry:

Cool comfort had we on your breast
While yet the fervid noon burned mute
O’er barley field and barren crest,
And leagues of gardens flushed with fruit.
"Mountain Moss" by Henry Kendall
Is not that gull a roc? That sail Sindbad's?
That rocky pinnacle a minaret?
Does the wind call to prayer from it? O yet
I hear the fancy, fervid as a lad's!
"Sighting Arabia" by Cale Young Rice
When the South was a fervid nightingale,
And she a chilling moon,
'Twas pity to see on the garden swards,
Against Love's laws, those rival lords
As willow-wands lie strewn.
"The Young Princess -- A Ballad Of Old Laws Of Love" by George Meredith
For he hath given, with fervid breath,
To her his vows of love and faith;
And she hath pledged him true and dear.
A thousand welcomes wait them here—
True hearts, and wishes warm.
"Epithalamium" by Janet Hamilton
Nor fervid July, in her full-blown charms,
Shedding the odorous hay with sun-browned arms,
Nor glowing August, with her robe unbound,
With ripening grain, and juicy fruitage crowned.
"October, 1861." by Janet Hamilton
Thou man of noble mould!
Whose metal grows not cold
Beneath the hammer of the hurrying years;
A fiery breath doth blow
Across its fervid glow,
And still its resonance delights our ears;
"Tribute To Oliver Wendell Holmes" by Julia Ward Howe

In news:

Green Bay Packers football star Donald Driver won the 14th season of 'Dancing With the Stars' on Tuesday, Cha-cha -cha-ing to victory on the strength of perfect scores from the show's judges and voting support from fervid fans.
Green Bay Packers football star Donald Driver won the 14th season of 'Dancing With the Stars' on Tuesday, Cha-cha-cha -ing to victory on the strength of perfect scores from the show's judges and voting support from fervid fans.
Even the most fervid New York diners, whose idea of an extended restaurant trend is one that lasts about as long as an American Express billing cycle, change their priorities in August.
Prioleau's captivating debut is a fervid self-help tract well-disguised as a history.
Amid fervid criticism that New York City risks becoming a nanny state, city health officials this month banned the sale of supersize sugar-laden drinks in restaurants and movie theaters.
Michael Lile stood patiently outside the gate of the grand prix racetrack inside the Malibu SpeedZone in North Dallas, intently watching pint-sized cars wheel around the track in their fervid race to post the fastest time on the house clock.
Green Bay Packers football star Donald Driver won the 14th season of 'Dancing With the Stars' on Tuesday, Cha - cha - cha -ing to victory on the strength of perfect scores from the show's judges and voting support from fervid fans.
It's probably no revelation that the TV- show Web sites with the biggest audiences are also the ones with the most fervid, fevered fans of the hottest series, with.
Those whirring reels that fervidly hummed and unspooled in sexed classes and living-room slideshows, long before our iPads streamed Gnomeo and Juliet on the subway.
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