To be in every way right, and then to add the inspiration or fire or fervency, are conditions which only the righteous can fill.
Joy there was, but, alas, how much mitigated was its fervency!
There was pathos and fervency in the old man's voice, solemn even as the words it syllabled.
In the fervency of his feelings, Alonzo flew to him and clasped him in his arms.
Mrs. Wheaton's services in the jails and convict camps are unique, remarkable for their fervency and impromptu character.
By quickening and exciting us to a liveliness and fervency in all.
“O, that it were to the day of my own death,” exclaimed Elizabeth with fervency.
And, by Jove, he meant it—there was no mistaking his fervency!
Few and short were the prayers he said, but what these petitions lacked in length they made up for in fervency.
"God forbid," said Sir Robert, with a fervency which startled while it reassured me.