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ardor
used in Anna Karenina

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Definition
a feeling of strong enthusiasm or love — usually for a person or a cause
  • In the books on political economy—in Mill, for instance, whom he studied first with great ardor, hoping every minute to find an answer to the questions that were engrossing him—he found laws deduced from the condition of land culture in Europe; but he did not see why these laws, which did not apply in Russia, must be general.
    Part Three (91% in)
  • "And is this all the reward," said he, "for my ardor?
    Part One (90% in)

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