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Synonym of Ardent (adj)

avid zealous impassioned vehement intense keen fierce passionate fervent agog blazing burning desirous eager fervid fiery horny hot hungry lusty spirited thirsty warm lovey-dovey

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The fact is that it takes many generations of ardent minds to accomplish what at first each thinks himself capable of doing alone.

His gentle and devoted spirit won, not merely the friendship of the Indians, but their ardent affections.

Do you say that ardent spirits, as they are commonly drank, do not produce these effects except in a very slight degree?

I knew him by his ardent chevelure; otherwise he was much altered.

Again: The total disuse of ardent spirits, on the part of parents, is the only plan of safety in bringing up their children.

Was he the most ardent of friends or the most reverent of lovers?

But Burnside was apt to act impulsively, and his impulse was to follow the bent of his ardent patriotism.

He was an ardent admirer of Domenichino, and copied many of his works.

Stern in temper and narrow in mind, his bigotry was ardent to the pitch of insanity.

The piety of Franklin was ardent, and his conscience scrupulous.

Word Origin & History of - Ardent

Word Origin & History of Ardent

Word Origin & History

ardent late 14c. (ardently is attested from mid-14c.), from O.Fr. ardant (13c.), from L. ardentem (nom. ardens), prp. of ardere "to burn," from PIE base *as- "to burn, glow" (cf. Skt. asah "ashes, dust;" Armenian azazem "I dry up;" Gk. azein "to dry up, parch;" Goth. azgo, O.E. æsce "ashes;" L. ardus "parched, dry"). The fig. sense (of passions, desire, etc.) was earliest in Eng.; literal sense of "burning, parching" (mid-15c.) remains rare. Ardent spirits (1471) "strong alcoholic liquor" so called because they are inflammable, but the term now, if used at all, probably is felt in the figurative

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