No writer, no matter how extraordinary nor how fervently deified, should be left untouched, collecting dust on her pedestal.
Wilson fervently supported Prop 187, which was approved by voters the same day he was approved for another term as governor.
In New York, he draws a small crowd, but it's a fervently devoted one.
In contrast, the Obama camp is fervently trying to make the election a choice between the two candidates.
And most Republicans are fervently opposed to further restrictions.
The long delayed, and fervently prayed for time had come at last.
"Oh, I trust in heaven that it will be," said Marah, fervently.
"I hope it won't," muttered Joe, fervently, and stood watching her till the old man pulled his sleeve.
He thanked me most fervently, and said he would bring them to me in a few days.
But from an Englishwoman trying to be kittenish,” he fervently added, “good Lord, deliver us all!
mid-14c., from Old French fervent, from Latin ferventem (nominative fervens) "boiling, hot, glowing," figuratively "violent, impetuous, furious," present participle of fervere "to boil, glow," from PIE root *bhreue- (see brew). The figurative sense of "impassioned" is first attested c.1400. Related: Fervency; fervently.