I will not say he was a boy among them, but he was that rarer being, the man of the world who can enter absolutely into the fun and fervor
of the salad age.
He could kiss her lips, rest his own physical lips upon them, but it would be with the lofty and awful fervor with which one would kiss the robe of God.
His reverence for her, in that moment, was of the same order as religious awe and fervor.
In the fervor
of her anxiety she took Alban's arm as familiarly as if he had been her brother.
She paused, and pressed Isabel's hand with affectionate fervor
Though he speaks with the fervor
of a man, he is little more than a lad: he is only twenty years old, and he is going to risk his young life on the frozen deep
I thanked the good merchant with a fervor
that surprised him.
He laid stress upon the purity of his motives in all dealings with men in the world and spoke of the fervor
of his friendship for those who were amiable.
Rising from his seat, he took the knotty hand from his shoulder, and shook it up and down with a fervor
quite unaccountable; for in the old man's aspect was nothing to attract, much to repel.
Time, which wears away all things, will wear away the first fervor
of that love.
Doctor," as she called Anne, with blind fervor
, looked rather jealously askance at Marilla at first.
Everything went well, and with all the fervor
of a Presbyterian, he did not forget to thank heaven for it.
It is this simple, direct fervor
of feeling, the straightforward outpouring of the authors' hearts, that gives the ballads their power and entitles them to consideration among the far more finished works of conscious literature.
he said to himself, sat down to the table, and, opening a portfolio, he set to work at once with peculiar fervor
at a sketch he had begun.
The hard practical wisdom of Mercedes Higgins proved of immense help, for Saxon strove with a fervor
almost religious to have everything of the best and at the same time to be saving.