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ardent
used in Sense and Sensibility

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Definition
showing or feeling intense emotion — typically strong positive feelings such as enthusiasm or love
  • To her it was but the natural consequence of a strong affection in a young and ardent mind.
    Chapter 11 (29% in)
  • She felt that his influence over her mind was heightened by circumstances which ought not in reason to have weight; by that person of uncommon attraction, that open, affectionate, and lively manner which it was no merit to possess; and by that still ardent love for Marianne, which it was not even innocent to indulge.
    Chapter 45 (8% in)

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