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ardor
used in The Hunchback of Notre Dame

3 uses
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Definition
a feeling of strong enthusiasm or love — usually for a person or a cause
  • After the morning in the pillory, the neighbors of NotreDame thought they noticed that Quasimodo's ardor for ringing had grown cool.
    2.7.3 — Vol 2 Bk 7 Chpt 3 — The Bells (3% in)
  • Fleur-de-Lys loved him, he was her betrothed; she was alone with him; his former taste for her had re-awakened, not with all its freshness but with all its ardor; after all, there is no great harm in tasting one's wheat while it is still in the blade; I do not know whether these ideas passed through his mind, but one thing is certain, that Fleur-de-Lys was suddenly alarmed by the expression of his glance.
    2.8.6 — Vol 2 Bk 8 Chpt 6 — Three Human Hearts Differently.... (36% in)
  • The death of the poor scholar imparted a furious ardor to that crowd.
    2.10.4 — Vol 2 Bk 10 Chpt 4 — An Awkward Friend (96% in)

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