Origin of ardent
Related formsar·dent·ly, adverbar·den·cy [ahr-dn-see] /ˈɑr dn si/, ar·dent·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for ardency
Mary, too, is evincing the ardency of her affection; and with the same deplorable ignorance of the locality of the organs.
Their words, and, above all, the ardency of their glances betrayed that.The Mermaid of Druid Lake and Other Stories|Charles Weathers Bump
If my reasoning is correct, the ardency of your passion might have closed with the pursuit.Alonzo and Melissa|Daniel Jackson, Jr.
Oh, forgive the ardency of my passion, which has compell'd me to deceive you.The Belle's Stratagem|Hannah Cowley
Adelaide poured forth her gratitude and her pleasure, with all the ardency of feelings long suppressed.Manners, Vol 2 of 3|Frances Brooke