Fervent [adjective]

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This despite the fact that many have been possibly identified by others online in a fervent effort to bring the perpetrators to justice.

That’s a popular passage among liberal Christians who find many conservatives’ fervent support for the military to be in conflict with some Christian teaching.

One longs, in this particular moment, to see data on how the most fervent fans of “Jeopardy!”

Among Us’s simplicity is reminiscent of Animal Crossing, which similarly has a fervent fan base dating back to the early days of the pandemic, when its explosion in popularity led to a worldwide shortage of Nintendo Switches.

It is incumbent upon us not to drop the ball this time, and channel all these fervent sentiments into real action and change.

I understand very well that a reporter for The Post saying the claims are false is unlikely to persuade the most fervent theorists, but that doesn’t change the fact that they are.

Ronald bent and kissed the speaker, with a fervent hope that everything would end well.

How fervent their prayers for their companions in tribulation, when they themselves stood in jeopardy every hour!

Much patience, devotion to the child, and fervent prayer will be needful to accomplish anything worth while.

Phinees, our father, by being fervent in the zeal of God, received the covenant of an everlasting priesthood.