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  • 1Ardor — Ar dor, n. [L. ardor, fr. ardere to burn: cf. OF. ardor, ardur, F. ardeur.] [Spelt also {ardour}.] 1. Heat, in a literal sense; as, the ardor of the sun s rays. [1913 Webster] 2. Warmth or heat of passion or affection; eagerness; zeal; as, he… …

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  • 2ardor — I noun ardency, ardor, drive, eagerness, effusiveness, élan, emotion, energy, enthusiasm, excitation of feelings, excitement, exhilaration, fanaticism, fervency, fervidness, fervor, feverishness, fire, force, forcefulness, furor, impassionedness …

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  • 3affection — I noun admiration, adoration, amorousness, ardor, attachment, closeness, devotion, enchantment, endearment, excitation of feeling, fancy, feeling, fervency, fervor, firm attachment, fondness, fullness of heart, inclination, infatuation, kindness …

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  • 4affection — [n] strong fondness amore, ardor, attachment, care, case*, closeness, concern, crush, desire, devotion, emotion, endearment, feeling, friendliness, friendship, good will, hankering*, heart, inclination, itch*, kindness, liking, love, passion,… …

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  • 5affection — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. love, regard, esteem, liking, shine (inf.). See feeling, endearment. Ant., dislike. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [Warm liking] Syn. love, fondness, friendship, liking, attachment, good will, predilection,… …

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  • 6affection — Synonyms and related words: Amor, Christian love, Eros, Platonic love, abnormality, access, acute disease, admiration, adoration, adore, affect, affectionateness, affections, affective faculty, affectivity, affliction, agape, ailment, allergic… …

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  • 7ardor — Synonyms and related words: Amor, Christian love, Eros, Platonic love, abandon, acquiescence, activity, admiration, adoration, affection, agape, agreeability, agreeableness, alacrity, allegiance, amenability, anger, animation, application,… …

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  • 8ardor — n 1. fervor, fervency, warmth, glow, fire; devotion, devotedness, zeal, feverishness, passion, fanaticism. 2. enthusiasm, eagerness, earnestness, keenness, intentness, intensity, excitement; vigor, force, energy, determination, vehemence; relish …

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  • 9Brachychiton acerifolium — Flame Flame (fl[=a]m), n. [OE. flame, flaume, flaumbe, OF. flame, flambe, F. flamme, fr. L. flamma, fr. flamma, fr. flagrare to burn. See {Flagrant}, and cf. {Flamneau}, {Flamingo}.] 1. A stream of burning vapor or gas, emitting light and heat;… …

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  • 10Flame — (fl[=a]m), n. [OE. flame, flaume, flaumbe, OF. flame, flambe, F. flamme, fr. L. flamma, fr. flamma, fr. flagrare to burn. See {Flagrant}, and cf. {Flamneau}, {Flamingo}.] 1. A stream of burning vapor or gas, emitting light and heat; darting or… …

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  • 11Flame bridge — Flame Flame (fl[=a]m), n. [OE. flame, flaume, flaumbe, OF. flame, flambe, F. flamme, fr. L. flamma, fr. flamma, fr. flagrare to burn. See {Flagrant}, and cf. {Flamneau}, {Flamingo}.] 1. A stream of burning vapor or gas, emitting light and heat;… …

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  • 12Flame color — Flame Flame (fl[=a]m), n. [OE. flame, flaume, flaumbe, OF. flame, flambe, F. flamme, fr. L. flamma, fr. flamma, fr. flagrare to burn. See {Flagrant}, and cf. {Flamneau}, {Flamingo}.] 1. A stream of burning vapor or gas, emitting light and heat;… …

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  • 13Flame engine — Flame Flame (fl[=a]m), n. [OE. flame, flaume, flaumbe, OF. flame, flambe, F. flamme, fr. L. flamma, fr. flamma, fr. flagrare to burn. See {Flagrant}, and cf. {Flamneau}, {Flamingo}.] 1. A stream of burning vapor or gas, emitting light and heat;… …

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  • 14Flame manometer — Flame Flame (fl[=a]m), n. [OE. flame, flaume, flaumbe, OF. flame, flambe, F. flamme, fr. L. flamma, fr. flamma, fr. flagrare to burn. See {Flagrant}, and cf. {Flamneau}, {Flamingo}.] 1. A stream of burning vapor or gas, emitting light and heat;… …

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  • 15Flame reaction — Flame Flame (fl[=a]m), n. [OE. flame, flaume, flaumbe, OF. flame, flambe, F. flamme, fr. L. flamma, fr. flamma, fr. flagrare to burn. See {Flagrant}, and cf. {Flamneau}, {Flamingo}.] 1. A stream of burning vapor or gas, emitting light and heat;… …

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  • 16Flame tree — Flame Flame (fl[=a]m), n. [OE. flame, flaume, flaumbe, OF. flame, flambe, F. flamme, fr. L. flamma, fr. flamma, fr. flagrare to burn. See {Flagrant}, and cf. {Flamneau}, {Flamingo}.] 1. A stream of burning vapor or gas, emitting light and heat;… …

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  • 17Rhododendron arboreum — Flame Flame (fl[=a]m), n. [OE. flame, flaume, flaumbe, OF. flame, flambe, F. flamme, fr. L. flamma, fr. flamma, fr. flagrare to burn. See {Flagrant}, and cf. {Flamneau}, {Flamingo}.] 1. A stream of burning vapor or gas, emitting light and heat;… …

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  • 18Catherine of Siena — Infobox Saint name=Catherine of Siena birth date=March 25, 1347 death date=April 29, 1380 feast day=April 29; April 30 (Roman Calendar, 1628 1960) venerated in=Roman Catholic Church; Evangelical Lutheran Church in America; Anglican Communion… …

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  • 19cordiality — n. Heartiness, sincerity, ardor of affection, warmth of feeling, affectionate regard …

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  • 20ardour — Ardor Ar dor, n. [L. ardor, fr. ardere to burn: cf. OF. ardor, ardur, F. ardeur.] [Spelt also {ardour}.] 1. Heat, in a literal sense; as, the ardor of the sun s rays. [1913 Webster] 2. Warmth or heat of passion or affection; eagerness; zeal; as,… …

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