Related formsper·fer·vid·i·ty, per·fer·vid·ness, nounper·fer·vid·ly, adverbper·fer·vor; especially British, per·fer·vour, noun
Examples from the Web for perfervid
This long speech gave Lurida's perfervid brain time to cool off a little.A Mortal Antipathy|Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.
Hal stood watching this perfervid little man, a study in the possibilities of gesture.King Coal|Upton Sinclair
The perfervid woman has sometimes communicated too much of her fervour to the very language of the author.Personality in Literature|Rolfe Arnold Scott-James
She is most conspicuous in the atmosphere in smoke “effects,” in the “lurid,” the “mystery”; such are the perfervid words.Hearts of Controversy|Alice Meynell
For lurid and perfervid language commend me to the Australian Tommy.Five Months at Anzac|Joseph Lievesley Beeston