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fervent
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Middlemarch
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  • "No, dear, I am very, very happy," said Dorothea, fervently.
  • It was desirable that chaplaincies of this kind should be entered on with a fervent intention: they were peculiar opportunities for spiritual influence; and while it was good that a salary should be allotted, there was the more need for scrupulous watching lest the office should be perverted into a mere question of salary.

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  • a fervent desire to change society
  • a fervent admirer

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