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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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Ethel's power to vow more strongly than others can is a facet of the same ardency and enthusiasm of character that made her "heedless" as well.
The young dancer infused his partnering with Elizabeth Loscavio with such ardency that he created a memorable experience even out of one of Tomasson's minor pieces.
Raised to "embody Stanton's conviction about woman's capacity," Harriot was taught not only to "pursue the goal of woman suffrage with life-long ardency, but to regard it as a crucial part of a larger vision of social democracy, economic equality, and political justice.
Bostridge sang with ease and ardency, misstepping only in the happiest of these items, "Mein Wagen rollet langsam" ("Slowly My Carriage Rolls"), op.
Bible saw a connection between burning and zeal and described the seraphim as specially distinguished by the ardency of their zeal.
Yes, I am willing to say it] Heart of mine, I crave your bold glance, I long for the tender warmth of your look; I welcome your ardency, and prize it; for what else should these be taken but sweet tribute to me?
Poems such as Marvell's "To His Coy Mistress" or Herrick's "To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time" provide tonally intriguing illustrations of male ardency and courtship strategies.
His second aria, "Un di all' azzurro spazio" from Andrea Chenier is masterfully sung, with Corelli's natural ardency bringing the French poet fully alive to us.
I don't want to pick on Howells, whom I read with respect, if not ardency.
Nicholas Sales as a late replacement in the title role was ardency itself and Aleksandra Kurzak as his betrothed had a voice of rare and awesome agility.
Such archconservative Christian rhetoric is problematic in the bleak light of our retrograde political landscape, but in 2008 with Edwards' "Personal Narrative" open beside me, and late April afternoon light beginning to draw back into itself, as a United States citizen I identify with his ardency of soul; when looking into his heart he "views [his] wickedness, and feels sunk down in [his] sins below hell itself; far beyond the sight of everything, but the eye of sovereign grace, that can pierce even down to such a depth.
Watson is used to the ardency of a derby game, his first ever league appearance came in the East Anglian derby playing for Norwich City against Ipswich Town on Boxing Day in 1980.
Although Don Jose is a bit of a thankless role, he has some beautiful music to sing, and David Pomeroy's fine tenor voice radiated the character's keening ardency.
So it seems natural that the Democrats' new embrace of moral language should be coupled with invocations of the moral ardency of that period.
Amused but eventually unsettled by the slightly gauche ardency of Ramon Vargas' Alfredo (sung with bright, pure tone), the sensitive, yearning Violetta gradually emerged from behind the flashing eyes and flirting gestures.