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  • 161earnestness — n fervor, fervency, fervidity, ardor, zeal, passion, vehemence, intensity; resolution, firmness, determination, steadfastness, iron will, purpose fulness; seriousness, gravity, sobriety, solemnity, thoughtfulness; diligence, assiduity, intentness …

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  • 162energy — n 1. vigor, vitality, birr, Inf. starch, stamina, get up and go; intensity, force, power, puissance, might, Sl. guts, nerve; potency, potentiality, efficacy, effectiveness, efficiency, cogency; virility, forcefulness, elbow grease, muscle; drive …

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  • 163enthusiasm — n eagerness, earnestness, keenness, intentness, intensity, excitement; fervor, ardor, fervency, warmth, glow, fire; devotion, devotedness, zeal, fe verishness, passion, fanaticism. 2. spirit, abandon, liveliness, vivacity; emotion, animation,… …

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  • 164fervor — n 1. fervency, ardor, fervidness, zeal, intensity, passion; enthusiasm, ebullience, exuberance, excitement, elation, elan; eagerness, gusto, delight, relish; verve, vehemence, spirit, vigor, zest, zing, Sl. pizzazz; earnestness, intentness,… …

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  • 165fever — n 1. fever, heat, Inf. temperature, Sl. temp; feverishness, febricity, Pathol. pyrexia; fire, inflammation, redness, flush, glow; All Pathol. scarlet fever, scarlatina, yellow fever, yellow jack, typhus fever, typhoid fever, malaria, ague,… …

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  • 166fire — n 1. combustion, ignition, spark, flame, blaze, conflagration, holocaust; cooking fire, bonfire, wildfire, forest fire. 2. light, flashing light, glow, luminosity, luminous appearance, illumination; incandescence, fiery display, sparkle,… …

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  • 167flame — n 1.Often flames burning gas or vapor, blaze, fire, bonfire, Brit. Dial. ingle; conflagration, Obs. flagration, holocaust, wildfire, ring or sea of fire. 2. glow, glare, gleam, flash, coruscation; glimmer, shimmer; spark, scintilla, glint,… …

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  • 168furor — n 1. outburst, temper, tantrum, fit, convulsion, paroxysm; passion, flush, lust, intensity; transport, ecstasy, raptus, rapture; zeal, fervor, fervency, ardor, fire; verve, gusto, enthusiasm, abandon, dan. 2. mania, craze, rage, obsession, fad,… …

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  • 169glow — n 1. subdued light, glowing, afterglow; incandescence, luminosity, phosphorescence; luster, shine, iridescence; splendor, brilliance, radiance, reful gency, effulgence; illumination, flash, glare, beam, ray, shaft; streak, patch, coruscation,… …

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  • 170greed — n 1. avarice, graspingness, acquisitiveness, Sl. grabbiness, rapaciousness; selfishness, miserliness, penuriousness, parsimony, niggardliness; stinginess, meanness, closefistedness, tight fistedness; mercenariness, venality. 2. ravenousness,… …

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  • 171impetuosity — n 1. hastiness, abruptness, precipi tateness, impetuousness; rashness, temerity, recklessness, boldness, brashness, foolhardiness; impulsiveness, thoughtlessness, offhandedness, heedlessness, incaution; hot bloodedness, excitability,… …

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  • 172intensity — n 1. high degree, excess, extremity, immoderation, inordinateness, extravagance, magnitude. 2. strength, power, potency, Literary. puissance; vigor, force, energy, determination, vehemence; emotion, animation, Inf. ginger, pep; excitement,… …

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  • 173keenness — n cogency, penetration, incisiveness, pointedness; mordancy, mordaciousness, trenchancy, pungency, cuttingness, bitingness, stingingness, scorchingness; satiricalness, sardonicism, derisiveness, mockingness, insultingness; harshness, severity,… …

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  • 174life — n 1. existence, being, animateness, viability, flesh and blood, substantiality; lifetime, days, generation, life span; duration of life, life expectancy, longevity. 2. the human condition, vicissitudes, ups and downs; trials and tribulations, the …

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  • 175lyricism — n 1. lyric style, musicality, musicalness, song like quality; subjectivity, expressiveness, directness, earnestness; warmness, passion, fervidness, rhapsody. 2. enthusiasm, over enthusiasm, gushiness, effusiveness, emotionalism, lack of restraint …

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  • 176passion — n 1. rage, blind rage, fit, fit of anger or temper, paroxysm, convulsion, spasm, seizure; storm, eruption, explosion, outburst, rampage, tornado, whirlwind, tempest, towering rage, frenzy, blaze, blaze of temper or anger, Inf. conniption or… …

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  • 177strength — n 1. muscular power, power, muscles, muscularity, brute force, might, mightiness, brawn, brawniness, thews, Inf. huskiness, Inf. heftiness, Inf. beefiness, burliness, sinewiness; force, forcefulness, dint, Literary. puissance; vigor, lustiness,… …

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  • 178vehemence — n 1. ardor, fervor, fervency, zeal, eagerness, verve, enthusiasm, elan, ebullience, exuberance, zest, vim, vigor, spirit; gusto, relish, zing, punch, pep; heart, soul, intensity, heartiness, dash; effervescence, flurry, animation, Fr.… …

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  • 179voracity — n 1. ravenousness, voraciousness, gluttony, edacity, edaciousness, open mouthedness, hog gishness, piggishness, swinishness, crapulousness; insatiability, insatiateness, omnivorousness, gulosity, Pathol. polyphagia. 2. desire, desriousness,… …

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  • 180zeal — n 1. ardor, fervor; fervency; devotion, de votedness; feverishness, passion, fire, glow, warmth. 2. enthusiasm, eagerness, earnestness, keenness, intentness, intensity, excitement; vigor, force, energy, determination, vehemence; relish, gusto,… …

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