fervor


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Synonyms for fervor

powerful, intense emotion

passionate devotion to or interest in a cause or subject, for example

intense warmth

Synonyms for fervor

feelings of great warmth and intensity

the state of being emotionally aroused and worked up

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People from different walks to life including traders of Haripur, Abbottabad and Mansehra are also taking part in the preparations with religious zeal and fervor and organizing Naat Khawani and processions.
It is heartening to see the entire community coming together to celebrate all festivals with such fervor. On behalf of DLF5, I extend my heartiest wishes to all," said senior executive director, DLF5, Aakash Ohri.
Quiza el Fervor de Buenos Aires de 1923 (Fervor, en adelante) fue uno de los libros en que Borges se veia menos reflejado.
Chinese and Japanese leaders are pragmatic, resumie dialogue despite nationalistic fervor, memories of WWII and squabbles over the East China Sea
Es famoso el inicio del "Prologo" que incorpora Borges en 1969 a la segunda edicion de Fervor de Buenos Aires: "No he reescrito el libro.
Every year, students from the International Indian School of Riyadh (IISR) sing songs that strike sentimental chords amid an air of patriotic fervor and nationalism.
Sin hechos a los que adherirnos, elegimos el fervor. Con fervor creemos que la pasada eleccion fue limpia, o que no lo fue, porque en un abracadabra al reves, todo indicio de trampas se ha esfumado del discurso de los politicos o la prensa.
Bankers from across the country gathered to take part in this exciting event, and were welcomed with great fervor. The tournament started off with a great drive by Abdul Aziz President and CEO Ufone on a picturesque bright sunny day
Nevertheless, when God called a second time, the answer was the same: "Here I am." Even though he knew what was being asked of him, Abraham was able to maintain his fervor, and he was willing to surrender to an action that appeared to quash his hopes for the future.
Keeping the patriotic fervor high, MoMo Cafe offered an elaborate spread of eclectic cuisines from across the country.
If I remember correctly, when I was a student at the Escuela Normal de San Nicolas, in Argentina, we learned that the column that Norah drew for the cover of Fervor de Buenos Aires was an Ionic column, not a Doric.
So it's a movement based in this type of fervor, and it communicates that fervor through rock music and through many elements of hipster culture.
The partial unraveling of the poetic self is indeed an important occurrence in Borges's early poetry, particularly in Fervor de Buenos Aires, his first published book (1923).
4 on the RE AUTO DEALER 100 list in 2006 with $386 million in revenue) based in Bowling Green, Kentucky, that fervor extended into his career and drove him to amass a lucrative car dealership empire.
A different reader narrates each sister's story, and the chapters weave together a story of growing revolutionary fervor. But in the beginning they are just ordinary girls, worrying about boys and hairdos and sexy shoes.