Ardent [adjective]

Definition of Ardent:

very enthusiastic

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Sentence/Example of Ardent:

He handled that with grace and patience, and then performed as brilliantly as any of his most ardent admirers could have hoped.

From nostalgic memories of youth, meditations on music, and an ardent love of baseball to dreamlike scenarios and invented jazz albums, together these stories challenge the boundaries between our minds and the exterior world.

Genevieve Jones-Wright, a former public defender who ran for district attorney as a criminal justice reformer in 2018, is an ardent Bry supporter, and said while the new dynamic on the left might be messy, it makes sense to her.

“Apple, while a serious and ardent competitor in that arena, is nothing approaching a monopolist once you look at the entirety of the situation,” attorney Richard Doren said.

Kersey this week publicly identified as an ardent supporter of the Lincoln Project, a movement of top conservative political strategists who united over their distaste of the president and determination to drive him out of office.

A burning crimson flushed over the cheek of Wharton, as Louis uttered this ardent appeal to friendship and to Heaven.

He felt that all her force, like a strong and ardent stream, was flowing into the new channel which he had cut for her.

It was a stirring time, for Scotchmen encounter their Hogmanhay with ardent spirits.

Suchet, an ardent student of human nature, was quick to appreciate how to turn to his use this provincialism.

At any rate, they petitioned Parliament for the removal of this too ardent fisherman, and he was sequestered accordingly.