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used in The Adventures of Augie March

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a feeling of strong enthusiasm or love — usually for a person or a cause
  • Her smile spread wider and lost all other intentions in the single suggestion that it was she who had inflamed me and when hot I had discharged it all upon someone else but that it really didn't matter since she wasn't so little her father's child, though a girl, that all that ardor in the car and in the parlor and with the lips and tongues and fingertips and the rest could make her really lose her head and be unwise.
    Chapter 12 (92% in)

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