fervency


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powerful, intense emotion

Synonyms for fervency

feelings of great warmth and intensity

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So, Reader, please consider saying this prayer for our country-with, it is to be hoped, the greatest fervency and sincerity:
SIALKOT/BUREWALA/NOWSHERA VIRKAN -- The 71st Independence Day is being celebrated here like other parts of the country today with national fervency and enthusiasm.
David's fervency and enthusiastic spirit are contagious.
That fervency comprised of several rather dull arias of no great dynamic range imposed on the tenor whose duties are almost as long as Tristan's death throes.
He argues that state occupation fosters guerrilla warfare and greater religious fervency, including religious-oriented terrorism, and that such fervor can be repressive as people seek to enact strict religious laws in order to obtain divine favor.
the ethos of and fervency for locally informed practice of worship music
Yet, the fervency associated with the requests did not obligate the Lord to hold those sincere and genuine desires as the best outcome.
Each statement of this musical phrase moves closer to Key's original text, paralleling the growing fervency of the teetotaling message.
Celebrated with great opulence and fervency in Kerala, this carnival like festival includes a grand feast, boat races, pookalam (rangoli of flowers), traditional dances, folk music and much more.
While only 43% of London's goods exports go to the EU (and just 46% of Scotland's) this is the destination for 67% of ours; this is higher than in any UK nation or English region and demonstrates that it is not europhile romanticism which drives so many people in Wales to campaign with fervency and passion for unfettered access to, or even continuing membership of, the single market.
While only 43% of London's goods exports go to the EU (and just 46% of Scotland's) this is the destination for 67% of ours; this is higher than any UK nation and English region and demonstrates that it is not europhile romanticism which causes so many people in Wales to campaign with fervency and passion for unfettered access to, or even continuing membership of, the single market.
Inviting Pavol Breslik to portray the role of the Spectre was a masterstroke, as his voice lacks the Slavonic fervency of all the Jenfks and Princes, who have usually performed the role.
Barton and Thompson's final version is a hodgepodge of seemingly occult and Masonic imagery that has acted as a boon to the fervency of creative-minded conspiracy theorists for the better part of two-and-a-half centuries.
(Recently, with the reframing and downgrading of child poverty as a priority, it was renamed simply as the Social Mobility Commission.) Yet perhaps Gordon Brown went furthest in his fervency, in words at least.
Its top leaders are men of ideological fervency honed from years at the center of Afro-centric Caribbean movement politics inside New York's prison system.