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used in A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court

5 uses
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active interest and enthusiasm
  • This man had been out helping to hang his neighbors, and had done his work with zeal,
    Chapter 30 (71% in)
zeal = enthusiasm
  • Marry, no man saw the killing, but this Unknown saw this hardy wretch near to the spot where the stag lay, and came with right loyal zeal and betrayed him to the forester.
    Chapter 17 (58% in)
  • His loyal zeal—in a mask—looks just a shade suspicious.
    Chapter 17 (59% in)
  • With characteristic zeal Sir Madok had plunged away at once upon this quest, and after three hours of awful crosslot riding had overhauled his game.
    Chapter 20 (22% in)
  • I helped to hang my neighbors for that it were peril to my own life to show lack of zeal in the master's cause; the others helped for none other reason.
    Chapter 30 (93% in)

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