She possessed a small music-box capable of one tune, and a collection of "God bless yehs" pitched in assorted keys of fervency
. Each day she took a position upon the stones of Fifth Avenue, where she crooked her legs under her and crouched immovable and hideous, like an idol.
Such an ascendant had our lieutenant over this ensign, that all that fervency
of courage which had levelled our poor heroe with the floor, would scarce have animated the said ensign to have drawn his sword against the lieutenant, had he then had one dangling at his side: but all the swords being hung up in the room, were, at the very beginning of the fray, secured by the French officer.
And what had been the fervency
of all the prayers he had ever muttered, compared with those he poured forth, now, in the agony and passion of his supplication for the life and health of the gentle creature, who was tottering on the deep grave's verge!
The young imps on the verandah were not disappointed in their hope of hearing him "swar," which he did with a fluency and fervency
which delighted them all amazingly, as they ducked and dodged hither and thither, to be out of the reach of his riding-whip; and, all whooping off together, they tumbled, in a pile of immeasurable giggle, on the withered turf under the verandah, where they kicked up their heels and shouted to their full satisfaction.
With such fervency
, that Caleb, though his motives were so pure, could not endure to meet her face; but dropped his eyes, as if she could have read in them his innocent deceit.
According to citizens, our homeland is echoed with national songs on special occasions of Azadi Day, the catchy patriotic melodies playing at the every corner of the streets, in rushing vehicles and on screens install inside and outside of the houses, malls and other places, are enough to lift up the passion of patriotism and fervency
to serve the homeland.
India's economic growth is evaluated with frequency, fervency
, and feverish pitch.
The process starts with love which is buoyed by fervency
and results in the total devotion of a person to a particular endeavour.
there with a blinding fervency
. For them, the Bible is not an anthology
While two protagonists of that star-studded cast are long gone, the same fervency
and will to break free with ball in hand remains.
They felt compelled to return the next spring, after Hartnett had been diagnosed with a type of sarcoma in his left fifth rib, because they remembered Pio's fervency
in prayer and had read about his ability to heal bodies and souls.
Naismith's irascibility this winter's morning to the fresh snowfall, as though only a fervency
of bile could shatter the ice that had rimed his mentor's heart in the night.