The Christian fervour of the artists led them to give their best and sincerest work to the decoration of them.
There was fervour in the blessing which he asked that made amends for its brevity.
Further, without this lowly estimate there will be no fervour of grateful love.
"There is no one like her, no one at all," said the Prophet with fervour.
Well might they welcome with fervour such a charming creature.
The "pursuit of the Ideal," as she called it, went on with vim and fervour.
So she refused, and even in her fervour of love for Henrietta, Evelyn could not help realizing it was best that she should.
From the fervour of his love for her, he felt an anxiety that was almost fear.
He spoke with a fervour, a conviction, which to the woman over whom he was now leaning brought exquisite solace.
It was one which we all ought to form if the fervour of our passions will permit us.
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).