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ardor

344 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ˈɑːdɔː], [ˈɑːdɔː], [ˈɑː_d_ɔː]
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Synonyms for Ardor:

enthusiasm (noun)

ardency, eagerness, enthusiasm, excitement, fervency, fervor, fire, spirit, zeal.

feeling (noun)

affection, agitation, emotion, experience, feeling, feverishness, impression, mood, passion, response, sensation, sympathy, thrill, tingle.

Other synonyms and related words:

Desirousness, Eros, Intenseness, abandon, acquiescence, activity, admiration, adoration, agape, agog, agreeability, agreeableness, alacrity, allegiance, ambition, amenability, amor, anger, animation, anxiety, anxious, appetite, application, ardent, ardently, ardour, aspiration, assiduity, assiduousness, attachment, attack, avid, avidity, avidness, awe, blast, blaze, bodily love, breathless impatience, brio, briskness, brotherly love, burning, calenture, caritas, charity, cheerful consent, commitment, committedness, compliance, concentration, concern, concupiscence, conjugal love, consent, constancy, cooperativeness, cordiality, coveting, covetous, craving, crush, curiosity, dash, dedication, deference, delirium, desideration, desire, desirous, devotedness, devotion, devoutness, diligence, disposition, docility, drive, eager, eagerly, earnestly, earnestness, ecstasy, elan, electricity, empressement, energeticalness, energy, enthusiastic, enthusiastically, eroticism, esteem, excitation, excitation of feeling, exertion, expression, extravagance, exuberance, faith, faithful love, faithfulness, fanaticism, fancy, fantasy, favor, favorable disposition, favorableness, fealty, feelings, fervent, fervently, fervid, fervidity, fervidly, fervidness, fervour, fidelity, fiercely, fierceness, fierily, fieriness, firing, flack, flair, flak, flame, flames, flaming, fondness, forwardness, free-lovism, frenzy, furor, furore, fury, galvanization, gameness, get-up-and-go, ginger, glow, goodwill, greedy, gush, gusto, hankering, heart, heartiness, heat, heated, heatedly, heatedness, hero worship, hope, horme, horniness, hot, hot blood, hot-blooded, hunger, hungry, hurrah, idolatry, idolism, idolization, impassionedness, impatience, impetuosity, impetus, inclination, indefatigability, industriousness, industry, infatuation, inflammation, inkling, inspiration, intellectual curiosity, intensity, intentness, itch, itchy, jazz, joie de vivre, keenly, keenness, laboriousness, lasciviousness, libido, life, like, liking, liveliness, longing, love, lovemaking, loyalty, lust, lust for learning, lustful, lustfulness, lustiness, married love, mettle, mind, need, oomph, overanxiety, overenthusiastic, panache, passionate, passionately, passionateness, pep talk, peppiness, perfervidum aingenium, perkiness, pertness, physical energy, physical love, pietism, piety, pleasure, pleasure principle, pliability, pliancy, popular regard, popularity, promptness, prurience, pruriency, prurient, quickening, rage, rapture, ravenous, readiness, receptive mood, receptiveness, receptivity, regard, relentlessness, religionism, religiosity, relish, resolution, respect, responsiveness, reverence, right mood, robustness, romance, romanticism, savor, sedulity, sedulousness, sentiment, seriousness, shine, sincerity, solicitous, solicitude, soul, spiritedness, spiritual love, sprightliness, state of excitability, stimulation, stormily, strenuousness, studious, style, tender feeling, tender passion, thirst, thirst for knowledge, thirsty, tirelessness, tractability, transport, truelove, turbulently, unction, ungrudgingness, unloathness, unreluctance, unsparingness, urge, uxoriousness, vaulting ambition, vehemence, vehemency, vehemently, verve, vigor, violence, violently, vitality, vivacity, want, wanting, warmhearted, warmth, warmth of feeling, way, weakness, will, will and pleasure, willing ear, willing heart, willingness, wish, wish fulfillment, wishful, wistful, worship, yearning, zealous, zealously, zealousness, zest, zestfulness, zing.

Rhymes for Ardor:

  1. larder;

Quotes for Ardor:

  1. Learning is not attained by chance, it must be sought for with ardor and diligence. Abigail Adams.
  2. Children are remarkable for their intelligence and ardor for their curiosity, their intolerance of shams, the clarity and ruthlessness of their vision. Aldous Huxley.
  3. Among absent lovers, ardor always fares better. Sextus Propertius.
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