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Definition of Fervent

Fervent

  1. Hot; glowing; boiling; burning; as, a fervent summer.
  2. Warm in feeling; ardent in temperament; earnest; full of fervor; zealous; glowing.

Fervent Quotations

In religious and in secular affairs, the more fervent beliefs attract followers. If you are a moderate in any respect - if you're a moderate on abortion, if you're a moderate on gun control, or if you're a moderate in your religious faith - it doesn't evolve into a crusade where you're either right or wrong, good or bad, with us or against us.
Jimmy Carter

Experience proves that in this life peace and satisfaction are had, not by the listless but by those who are fervent in God's service. And rightly so. For in their effort to overcome themselves and to rid themselves of self-love, they rid themselves of the roots of all passion and unrest.
Saint Ignatius

It is my fervent wish and my greatest ambition to leave a work with a few useful instructions for the pianists after me.
Franz Liszt

The Old Testament teaches us that if we humble ourselves and pray, God will hear from heaven and heal our land. And the New Testament assures us that the fervent prayers of righteous men can make a difference.
David Jeremiah

The opposition is indispensable. A good statesman, like any other sensible human being, always learns more from his opposition than from his fervent supporters.
Walter Lippmann
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Fervent Translations

fervent in Spanish is ferviente
fervent in Swedish is innerlig, brinnande