fervently


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fer·vent

 (fûr′vənt)
adj.
1. Having or showing great emotion or zeal; ardent: fervent protests; a fervent admirer.
2. Extremely hot; glowing.

[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin fervēns, fervent-, present participle of fervēre, to boil; see bhreu- in Indo-European roots.]

fer′vent·ly adv.
fer′vent·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.fervently - with passionate fervor; "both those for and against are fervently convinced they speak for the great majority of the people"; "a fierily opinionated book"
Translations
بِحرارَه، بِتَحَمُّس
vroucně
glødendelidenskabeligt
innilega; ákaflega
ateşli bir şekildehararetle

fervently

[ˈfɜːvəntlɪ] ADV [pray] → con fervor, fervientemente; [believe] → firmemente; [hope, desire] → fervientemente, ardientemente; [deny] → enfáticamente, con vehemencia; [support] → con fervor, fervorosamente
he is fervently patriotices un patriota acérrimo or ferviente
he was fervently opposed to the warse oponía enérgicamente a la guerra

fervently

[ˈfɜːrvəntli] adv [hope, believe, wish, deny] → ardemment

fervently

advleidenschaftlich; hope, wish, prayinbrünstig (geh); fervently religioustiefreligiös

fervently

[ˈfɜːvntlɪ] fervidly [ˈfɜːvɪdlɪ] adv (believe, support) → con passione, appassionatamente; (desire) → intensamente, ardentemente

fervent

(ˈfəːvənt) adjective
enthusiastic and very sincere. fervent hope.
ˈfervently adverb
References in classic literature ?
Fervently hoping that he would get out before she did, Amy utterly ignored the basket at her feet, and congratulating herself that she had on her new traveling dress, returned the young man's greeting with her usual suavity and spirit.
gasped Ned, while Goosal fell on his knees and began fervently to pray.
Thou art crushed under this seven years' weight of misery," replied Hester, fervently resolved to buoy him up with her own energy.
I fervently wished it WOULD come back--but my memory was a blank.
It is well I drew the curtain," thought I; and I wished fervently he might not discover my hiding-place: nor would John Reed have found it out himself; he was not quick either of vision or conception; but Eliza just put her head in at the door, and said at once -
The youth stepped forward, and acknowledged himself: she kissed him fervently, and they gazed with wonder at the change time had wrought in the appearance of each.
They had gone -- with the warmest testimonies of affection, with farewell embraces fervently reiterated again and again -- but without dropping one word, from first to last, of the nature of their errand.
Darnay had kissed her hand fervently and gratefully, and had turned to Mr.
Spenlow imagine, when he sat opposite to me after dinner that day, with his pocket-handkerchief over his head, how fervently I was embracing him, in my fancy, as his son-in-law
I wrote it as fervently and pathetically as I could, and when I had finished it and sent it in, I wrote out other petitions to such men in authority as I hoped were the most merciful, and drew up one to the Crown itself.
As I read, I saw her lovely young face, radiant with love and sorrow as I had last seen it, and pressing the precious little letter to my lips, I said fervently, "Yes, Nicolete, I will be true.
While we rejoice that the principles of genuine Christianity have so far triumphed over the prejudices of a former generation, let us fervently hope for the day when it will prove equally victorious over the malignant passions of our own.