fervor vertimas stipri emocija (stipri ugnis) He ignited a fire of religious reform (“The Protestant Reformation”) that licked its way across Europe for more than a century, dividing peoples, toppling sovereigns, and kindling the spiritual FERVOR of millions of men and women— some of whom helped to found America. Bailey, Thomas Andrew, and David M. Kennedy. "Completing the Thirteen Colonies." The American Pageant: a History of the Republic. Lexington, MA: Heath, 1987. Print.
- (passionateness) feelings of great warmth and intensity
- (emotional arousal) the state of being emotionally aroused and worked up
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