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characterized by intense emotion

characterized by strong enthusiasm

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glowing or shining like fire

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To reduce our environmental footprint and save money, our family of six has ardently employed the simple strategy of "Reduce, Reuse, Repurpose, Recycle.
Edagr Chatto said : 'We have experienced how it is to be without complete power for a week and the Provincial Government is now ardently looking for ways so it won t happen again'.
Jose Salvador Alvarenga told CNN that he ardently believed that he would get out of his situation one day.
The subtitle is actually a bit of a misnomer, since he does not seem to be so much so skeptic as someone who Believes ardently in the power of nature to soothe what ails us.
Summary: Kuala Lumpur: Uefa President Michel Platini remains ardently opposed to the use of goal-line technology, .
This resolution, cosponsored by 101 Member States and ardently supported by France, has gotten a massive boost," the French Foreign Ministry said after Wednesday's vote.
Ufone reminisces about the glory of our beloved flag and as a nation how ardently we used to hoist and proudly wave it.
Germany and France were the two states that defended most ardently the Lisbon Treaty, which tried to give more clout to the EU institutions.
A thought occurs to me though: why do you make housemaids out to be monsters and then fight so ardently to hire one?
The actress, who apparently plays a musician in Mere Brother Ki Dulhan, was so keen on getting her notes right that she would ardently practice the guitar whenever she'd get the time.
After 1989 he ardently supported the integration of the countries from Eastern Europe into the EU.
In 2009, as Congress worked to curtail the most egregiously "unfair" and "deceptive" practices of the credit-card industry, NSBA ardently argued that the same protections should be extended to small-business credit cards.
Eminently readable and often humorous, each entry speaks ardently to what children long for and need at each stage of their development.
He seems to view the industry much as did Teddy Kennedy, whom he used to ardently support.
Juliette (Patricia Clarkson) is a woman who married young and still ardently loves her husband, Mark, who works abroad.