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fervent
used in Misery

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Definition
characterized by intense emotion or passionate belief
  • "Aye, sair, so she was," Colter agreed fervently.
    Part 2 — Misery (20% in)
  • The body of the unfortunate Miss Evelyn-Hyde had been exhumed, of course, and as Geoffrey Alliburton drew Mary to a halt in front of the gate leading into Little Dunthorpe's C of E churchyard, Mrs. Ramage found herself wishing fervently that she had not listened to the tales of the exhumation.
    Part 2 — Misery (30% in)
  • 'It will for me,' she said fervently.
    Part 2 — Misery (33% in)

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