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ardent
used in A Tale of Two Cities

3 uses
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Definition
showing or feeling intense emotion — typically strong positive feelings such as enthusiasm or love
  • Try to hold me in your mind, at some quiet times, as ardent and sincere in this one thing.
    2.13 — The Fellow of No Delicacy (94% in)
  • "Why, then," said Mr. Lorry, grasping his eager but so firm and steady hand, "it does not all depend on one old man, but I shall have a young and ardent man at my side."
    3.12 — Darkness (93% in)
  • The question was addressed to the wood-sawyer, who hurriedly replied in the affirmative: seizing the occasion to add that he was the most ardent of Republicans, and that he would be in effect the most desolate of Republicans, if anything prevented him from enjoying the pleasure of smoking his afternoon pipe in the contemplation of the droll national barber.
    3.14 — The Knitting Done (18% in)

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