Fervid

Fer"vid

(?), a. [L. fervidus, fr. fervere. See Fervent.] 1. Very hot; burning; boiling.
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The mounted sun
Shot down direct his fervid rays.
Milton.
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2. Ardent; vehement; zealous.
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The fervid wishes, holy fires.
Parnell.

-- Fer"vid*ly, adv. -- Fer"vid*ness, n.
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