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Synonyms for fervour

Synonyms for fervour

the state of being emotionally aroused and worked up

feelings of great warmth and intensity

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Meryl Streep says of her role as former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher: 'I am trying to approach the role with as much zeal, fervour and attention to detail as the real Lady Thatcher'
Moussa El Hayek, Chief Operating Officer of Al Bustan Centre & Residence said: "Every year the event is celebrated with much fervour and this year was no exception.
Where was the council fervour when the Grand Hotel, arguably the one iconic building remaining in the town, was razed to the ground and replaced with a concrete monstrosity?
Despite the weakness of the evidence, Alderman noted, the dogma of less salt is still "preached with a fervour usually associated with religious zealotry.
However,due to the fervour for these clubs more fans will turn out at the Eilean this afternoon than will be expected at many of this season's cup finals.
The devotion I speak of concerns a renewed fervour of praying for our priests as expressed in a reprint of a booklet entitled Priest's Saturday.
Haring's buildings, often described by Blun-dell Jones as disappointments when seen in reality, lack the fervour of his writings.
THE rugby club at Pontyclun was bursting with pride yesterday as nationalistic fervour turned the day into a giant party.
EVERY year that I visit Scotland - from where I write today - the nationalist fervour intensifies.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Jan 22 (ANI): Basant Panchami is being celebrated across the nation today with religious fervour and traditional gaiety.
The meeting decided to celebrate Eid Milad-un-Nabi (PBUH) with religious fervour and enthusiasm throughout the district.
Summary: Muscat: The 67th Independence Day of India was celebrated with patriotic fervour on Thursday in .
Summary: The first day of Eid was celebrated across the city with much fervour with people from all nationalities and religions taking part in the festivities.
Tory MP Elsie Wayne brought the homosexuals to their feet and the media grabbing for pens when she declared with some fervour that same-sex marriage was a lot of "nonsense", and the homosexual lifestyle "unfortunate" and "not natural".
Summary: Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh) [India], November 4 (ANI): Thousands of people thronged the Ganga Ghat on Saturday to celebrate Dev Deepawali with great fervour in Varanasi.