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  • 21 fervid — fer|vid [ˈfə:vıd US ˈfə:r ] adj formal believing or feeling something too strongly >fervidly adv …

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  • 22 fervid — fer|vid <aus lat. fervidus »kochend, siedend«> (veraltet) leidenschaftlich erregt …

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  • 23 fervid —  means intense; not to be confused with fetid, meaning foulsmelling …

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  • 24 fervid — fer·vid || fÉœrvɪd / fɜːv adj. fiery, burning, very hot; intense, fervent, passionate …

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  • 25 fervid — [ fə:vɪd] adjective 1》 intensely or excessively enthusiastic. 2》 literary hot or glowing. Derivatives fervidly adverb Origin C16: from L. fervidus, from fervere to boil …

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  • 26 fervid — a. 1. Hot, burning, boiling, seething, fiery, fervent. 2. Ardent, earnest, glowing. See fervent, 2 …

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  • 27 fervid — adjective formal believing or feeling something too strongly fervidly adverb …

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  • 28 fervid — adj 1. fervent, enthusiastic, ardent. See fervent(def.1). 2. burning, very hot, glowing. See fervent(def.2) …

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  • 29 fervid — fer·vid …

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  • 30 fervid — adj. 1 ardent, intense. 2 poet. hot, glowing. Derivatives: fervidly adv. Etymology: L fervidus (as FERVENT) …

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  • 31 Fervidly — Fervid Fer vid, a. [L. fervidus, fr. fervere. See {Fervent}.] 1. Very hot; burning; boiling. [1913 Webster] The mounted sun Shot down direct his fervid rays. Milton. [1913 Webster] 2. Ardent; vehement; zealous. [1913 Webster] The fervid wishes,… …

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  • 32 Fervidness — Fervid Fer vid, a. [L. fervidus, fr. fervere. See {Fervent}.] 1. Very hot; burning; boiling. [1913 Webster] The mounted sun Shot down direct his fervid rays. Milton. [1913 Webster] 2. Ardent; vehement; zealous. [1913 Webster] The fervid wishes,… …

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  • 33 fervidly — fervid ► ADJECTIVE ▪ intensely or excessively enthusiastic. DERIVATIVES fervidly adverb. ORIGIN Latin fervidus, from fervere to boil …

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  • 34 impassioned — impassioned, passionate, ardent, fervent, fervid, perfervid mean actuated by or showing intense feeling. Impassioned, though applicable to persons, is more often found in reference to utterance or artistic expression or to the mood or mental… …

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  • 35 fervent — fervent, fervid Both words mean ‘ardent, intense’ with reference to speech, feelings, etc. There are two significant differences in their use: (1) fervent but not fervid is also used of people, with nouns such as admirer, advocate, believer,… …

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  • 36 passionate — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. impassioned, vehement; irascible. See feeling, excitability, irascibility.Ant., disinterested, passive, dispassionate. II (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Excitable] Syn. vehement, hotheaded, tempestuous;… …

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  • 37 fervent — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. fervid, earnest, ardent, eager; vehement, impassioned, intense; hot, glowing. See desire, feeling, heat. II (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. zealous, eager, ardent, fervid; see enthusiastic 2 , 3 , intense …

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  • 38 Perfervid — Per*fer vid, a. [Pref. per + fervid.] Very fervid; too fervid; glowing; ardent. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 39 impassioned — adjective Date: 1603 filled with passion or zeal ; showing great warmth or intensity of feeling Synonyms: impassioned, passionate, ardent, fervent, fervid, perfervid mean showing intense feeling. impassioned implies warmth and intensity without… …

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  • 40 fiery — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. impetuous, passionate, hot tempered, fervid; irritable; blazing, glowing; inflamed. See heat, excitement, irascibility, excitability. II (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Burning] Syn. blazing, flaming,… …

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