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Emotional IntensityPlay
Use 'fervent' to emphasize the intensity of someone's feelings, stronger than just being supportive or interested. SlideHer fervent appeal for aid showed her deep commitment to the cause.
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Positive PersuasionPlay
'Fervent' often carries a positive tone, suggesting admiration for someone's strong belief or enthusiasm. SlideHis fervent speech inspired many to join the campaign.
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Emotional AppealPlay
When describing a person as 'fervent', it suggests they may inspire others with their passion. SlideThe crowd was moved by the musician's fervent performance.