נִלהָב, לוֹהֵט, לָהוּט, קַדַחתָנִי, חַם, עַז
Adjective(1) characterized by intense emotion(2) (archaic
(1) Labour also believes that fervent Tory supporters were among the team counting the votes, and believes it to be unjust.(2) The letter bears no signature and no address; it's at once passionate and oblique, fervent and cryptic.(3) Among the Democrats' richest and most fervent supporters, this may be the number one issue.(4) A fervent Hull City supporter and former Uppingham School pupil, Mr Carver was also interested in gardens and historic houses.(5) My father's passion was a very fervent one, and I think that definitely rubbed off on all of us.(6) And that fervent intensity so early in the morning├ö├ç┬¬ somehow a man gets to thinking too.(7) The sheer reverence and admiration for these legends could be readily manipulated into fervent nationalist passion.(8) While the Guardian campaign might have fired up voters, the Republicans ran a fervent campaign to mobilise supporters in rural Ohio.(9) Otherwise, how are we to explain Neruda's fervent and impassioned commitment to the working class?(10) The "eternal fire" also symbolizes the love of homeland which is always alive like a fervent fire.(11) He was an outspoken abolitionist and a fervent supporter of Reconstruction.(12) Chen's speech may have disappointed pro-independence voters in Taiwan who are his fervent supporters.(13) Thomas Paine, Ethan Allen and others were also fervent supporters of this doctrine.(14) But, dressed in yellow, she led her musicians with a fervent intensity.(15) While the rhetoric may speak of a learning year for the team and drivers alike, there is a fervent passion and desire for success within the squad.(16) But carrying in our hearts fervent coals of His hope and faith we can journey in the courage of His peace.
(1) fervent :: נִלהָב
1. impassioned ::
2. ardent ::
3. fervid ::
1. cold ::
2. dispassionate ::
3. impassive ::
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...than the FERVENT and unconditional
dedication of our entire lives"?
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 6
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