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ardent
used in The Age of Innocence

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Definition
showing or feeling intense emotion — typically strong positive feelings such as enthusiasm or love
  • He had seen enough of other young men who had dreamed his dream, though perhaps less ardently, and who had gradually sunk into the placid and luxurious routine of their elders.
    Chapter 14 (73% in)
  • She was persuaded that irrepressible passion was the cause of his impatience; and being an ardent admirer of impulsiveness (when it did not lead to the spending of money) she always received him with a genial twinkle of complicity and a play of allusion to which May seemed fortunately impervious.
    Chapter 21 (63% in)

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