Definition of ardor:
forwardness, flack, appetite, avidity, ecstasy, blast, feelings, deference, white heat, flak, firing, concupiscence, fire, avidness, respect, vehemence, romance, transport, inspiration, reverence, fervency, horniness, hunger, passionateness, heat, intensity, love, admiration, inflammation, fanaticism, earnestness, thirst, dash, panache, fervidness, readiness, devotion, impatience, lustfulness, itch, concern, extravagance, violence, attack, elan, eros, ardour, fervor, flair, flaming, rapture, keenness, fervour, lust, zealousness, eroticism, style, excitation, study atenthusiasm, awe, warmth, flame, frenzy, desirousness, intenseness.
- "The Great German Composers", George T. Ferris.
Sherlock Holmes could not have traced a fleeing fugitive from justice with more ardor than we the location of Trenton falls; and like children playing a game in which the boys guess where an object is hidden, we thought many times we were quite warm, only to awaken to the stern realization that we were very cold.- "See America First", Orville O. Hiestand.
- "Guide to the Kindergarten and Intermediate Class and Moral Culture of Infancy.", Elizabeth P. Peabody Mary Mann.