Examples of ardor in a Sentence
the sudden ardors of youth
candidates for citizenship reciting the oath of allegiance to the United States with all the ardor that they could muster
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There is a difference between obsession and genuine ardor.
And no sooner did the public's Russian ardor spike with Doctor Zhivago than it was laid to waste by Nicholas and Alexandra.
His ardor for long walks in the woods, driving the deer ahead of the hunters, is gone.
Rodolfo's ardor and anguish found their perfect expression in his performance.
Republicans seized the Senate and House by electing candidates driven by differing emphases: tea party ardor, pro-business tax-cutting fervor or culturally conservative social views.
Filming cityscapes and intimate gestures with avid attention, adorning the dialogue with deep confessions and witty asides, Piñeiro conjures a cogently realistic yet gloriously imaginative vision of youthful ardor in love and art alike.
His transformation of the tune — which quoted the first three notes but not much more — was very nearly Brahmsian in its ardors.
Concert after concert finds the ensemble operating at impressive levels of technical poise and, above all, expressive ardor.
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Synonym Discussion of ardor
ARDOR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of ardor for English Language Learners
: a strong feeling of energy or eagerness
: a strong feeling of love
ARDOR Defined for Kids
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