What is another word for fervour?

222 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ fˈɜːvə], [ fˈɜːvə], [ f_ˈɜː_v_ə]

When it comes to finding suitable synonyms for the word "fervour," one can easily take advantage of the vast number of options available in the English language. Some common alternatives that carry the same meaning as "fervour" include zeal, passion, enthusiasm, ardor, fervency, intensity, and eagerness. Additionally, one may also explore more distinctive synonyms that offer a similar connotation, such as verve, vim, gusto, elan, liveliness, and vigor. Depending on the context, choosing the right synonym can significantly impact the tone and effectiveness of your written or spoken communication, allowing you to convey your message accurately and with passion.

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Usage examples for Fervour

The Squire assisted her to alight, and saluted her affectionately; the fair Julia flew into her arms, and they embraced with the romantic fervour of boarding-school friends: she was escorted into the house by Julia's lover, towards whom she showed distinguished favour; and a line of the old servants, who had collected in the Hall, bowed most profoundly as she passed.
"Bracebridge Hall, or The Humorists"
Washington Irving
The fervour of a past inspiration, like the fervour of a past desire, can never be recalled.
"To-morrow?"
Victoria Cross
He felt himself living breathlessly towards the thought of seeing her; and it was not long before this fervour itself awoke within him a counter resistance.
"Son of Power"
Will Levington Comfort and Zamin Ki Dost

Famous quotes with Fervour

  • Yes, my life is a life of combat; I can say that this has never stopped for a single instant. It is a combat that started for me at the age of 16. I'm 90 years old now, and my motivation hasn't changed; it's the same fervour that drives me.
    Ahmed Ben Bella
  • I remember that, although I was full of fervour, I didn't have the slightest inkling, even at forty, of the deeper side to the movement we were pursuing by instinct. It was in the air!
    Camille Pissarro
  • The reality is that no class of people who celebrate the festive occasion with so great fervour as the lower middle mass.
    Anuj Somany
  • Third, as has often been noted, the pronouncements of the ultra-Darwinists can shake with a religious fervour. Their texts ring with high-minded rhetoric and dire warnings—not least of the unmitigated evils of religion—all to reveal the path of simplicity and straight thinking.
    Simon Conway Morris
  • As the months of agony advanced, there was bred in the warring peoples a genuine and even passionate will for peace and a united world. Out of the conflict of the tribes arose, at least for a while, a spirit loftier than tribalism. But this fervour lacked as yet clear guidance, lacked even the courage of conviction.
    Olaf Stapledon

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