ardor definition

  • noun:
    • Fiery strength of sensation. See Synonyms at passion.
    • Powerful enthusiasm or devotion; zeal: "The dazzling conquest of Mexico offered an innovative new impulse to the ardor of breakthrough” ( William Hickling Prescott).
    • excessive temperature or radiance, at the time of fire.
    • Great heat of sensation; fervor; passion.
    • Spirit.
    •  extreme temperature.
    • Heat, in a literal sense.
    • heat or heat of enthusiasm or love; eagerness; zeal
    • vibrant and effulgent spirits; seraphim.
    • extreme temperature: as, the ardor regarding the rays of the sun.
    • In pathology, a sense of heat or burning.
    • A bright or effulgent nature.
    • Warmth or heat, since the interests and affections; eagerness; strength.
    • Synonyms Fervor, fervency, vehemence, intensity, impetuosity.
    • intense sense of love
    • a sense of powerful eagerness (usually and only one or cause)
    • emotions of good warmth and strength
    • Fiery intensity of feeling. See Synonyms at enthusiasm.
    • Strong enthusiasm or commitment; zeal: "The dazzling conquest of Mexico provided a impulse on ardor of development” ( William Hickling Prescott).
    • intensive temperature or radiance, since fire.
    • Great warmth of feeling; fervor; passion.
    • Spirit.
    •  Intense heat.
    • temperature, in a literal sense.
    • heat or temperature of enthusiasm or affection; eagerness; zeal
    • vibrant and effulgent spirits; seraphim.
    • extreme heat: as, the ardor of sun's rays.
    • In pathology, a sense of temperature or burning.
    • A bright or effulgent spirit.
    • heat or heat, by the interests and affections; eagerness; intensity.
    • Synonyms Fervor, fervency, vehemence, strength, impetuosity.
    • intense sense of love
    • a feeling of strong eagerness (usually in support of one or cause)
    • emotions of great warmth and intensity

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