Fervour – meaning of the word and examples

Great warmth and earnestness of feeling. (Dictionary.com)

Intense and passionate feeling. (Oxford Dictionaries)

Strong and sincere beliefs. (Cambridge Dictionary)

Fervour for something is a very strong feeling for or belief in it. (Collins Dictionary)

Examples

Naked holy men add fervour to Nepal Hindu fest. 

https://www.reuters.com/article/uk-nepal-religion-festival/naked-holy-men-add-fervour-to-nepal-hindu-fest-idUSLNE81J02H20120220

Holi festival of colours celebrated with fervour. 

https://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/inpictures/2016/03/holi-festival-colours-160324071718985.html

Colour powders produced traditionally sold in the streets of the Holi festival of colours. 

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