fervorous

fervorous

(ˈfɜːvərəs)
adj
full of fervour, ardent
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But Bargain Fever Britain (Tuesday, ITV, 8pm) informs me that I am not the most fervorous shopper on this British Isles.
And what about the inspiration for his biggest hit thus far, "The Next Right Thing," the fervorous, rhythmic ballad that seems like a clarion call to the millennial generation?
Pronouncer of words was Robert Pontbriand, president of the Fitchburg Historical Society, who inspired a round of applause when he pronounced the word, fervorous, with the explanatory sentence, "The crowd was inspired by Lisa Wong's fervorous speech.
Her letters to Rossetti on Whitman so impressed him with their fervorous insight that he urged her to publish them as a counteractive to the squeamishness, outrage, and plain misunderstanding that so widely characterized the poet's early reception.