Examples of fervent in a Sentence
a fervent speech that called for tolerance and compassion for those who are different
in the thick, fervent air of a tropical afternoon, a languor set in
Recent Examples of fervent from the Web
The 9th Circuit judges found that this damage went beyond the mere alteration, as Keys created new accounts, and there was a fervent effort to contain the defacement.
But aldermen and Mayor Richard J. Daley fought the orders tooth and nail, spurred on by fervent NIMBYism in white neighborhoods.
My sudden and fervent announcement about my new lifestyle was met with bewilderment from my mom and annoyance from my father.
Mr. Hodgkinson also appeared to have been a fervent fan of Senator Bernie Sanders, according to a Facebook page with references to the Vermont senator.
Presley Busenbarrick, 17, of Atchison just may be Teresa Giudice’s most fervent Kansas fan.
Louisiana School for Math, Science and the Arts over the fervent objections of the school's own community.
Robbins gave a witty, winking performance, first as the sly Cervantes, and then, kitted in tin breast plate and peaked helmet, as the fervent Quixote.
The law also has drawn fervent opposition from a number of Latino leaders, lawmakers, organizations and residents.
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Synonym Discussion of fervent
FERVENT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of fervent for English Language Learners
: felt very strongly : having or showing very strong feelings
FERVENT Defined for Kids
Definition of fervent for Students
: felt very strongly fervent gratitude
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