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fervent

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishferventfer‧vent /ˈfɜːvənt $ ˈfɜːr-/ adjective  EMOTIONALbelieving or feeling something very strongly and sincerely syn strong a fervent appeal for peacefervent admirer/believer etc a fervent supporter of human rightsfervently adverb
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ferventThey were no longer disrespectful of authority, and their worship was anything but emotionally fervent.There were fervent arguments both for and against gun control.Despite her troubled life she has always had a fervent belief in God.Needless to say, it is still a fervent catch-cry in the Boston schools.The theological concepts contained in these phrases are weighty ones indeed and have been the subject of fervent discussion for centuries.Magnard was also a fervent feminist.Another son of Haddington was, it has been claimed, the fervent Protestant evangelist John Knox.The condescension on one side has been met by a fervent reaction on the other.Most of the people here are fervent supporters of self-determination.fervent admirer/believer etcAt that time I was a fervent believer in the civil service system.
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