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fervent
used in Of Human Bondage

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Definition
characterized by intense emotion or passionate belief
  • The masters had no patience with modern ideas of education, which they read of sometimes in The Times or The Guardian, and hoped fervently that King's School would remain true to its old traditions.
    15-16 — Chapters 15-16 (9% in)
  • Perhaps, worn out by exposure, starvation, disease, he had found an end in some hospital, or in an access of despair had sought death in the turbid Seine; but perhaps with his Southern instability he had given up the struggle of his own accord, and now, a clerk in some office in Madrid, turned his fervent rhetoric to politics and bull-fighting.
    79-80 — Chapters 79-80 (12% in)
  • He hoped fervently that the S. O. C. would not have been called elsewhere.
    113-114 — Chapters 113-114 (75% in)

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