Of course, increased population and fervor has come with problems.
Obama, they believed with all the fervor of a false faith, was bound to lose.
The margin, though, should serve as a test of the continued strength of Tea Party fervor in Texas.
But though their fervor and good intentions cannot be questioned, their objectivity surely can and must be.
Where is the fervor and the fire − or at least a little smoke?
The more exalted the character and the soul, the greater is the capacity of love, and the deeper its fervor.
Then with force and fervor he sent the ball whizzing under the sink.
Paul extended his hands to Ah Ben, who took them with fervor.
Their simplicity, fervor, and sedateness had won his regard.
The light of day served, if not to dissipate, at least to sober, the turbulence and fervor of the preceding night.
mid-14c., "warmth or glow of feeling," from Old French fervor (Modern French ferveur) "heat, enthusiasm, ardor, passion," from Latin fervor "a boiling, violent heat; passion, ardor, fury," from fervere "to boil" (see brew).