ardour en Ucraniano
Then, when he did choose to amuse himself, he displayed extraordinary ardour in his games.
There was something in the clear, pine-scented air of that winter morning that seemed to bring him back his joyousness and his ardour for life.
but kindled with an ardor that galvanized their flagging energy. The French cannon began thundering on the village side. Bands of soldiers were exploring the castle and the nearest woods.
They began to be infected with the same ardor as the directors, shouting and swinging their arms in the midst of the thundering. The empty capsules were mounting up in thick layers behind the cannon.
The mendicant would wax indignant at the tale and would pursue the indiscreet maid with all the ardour of an old faun.
'All my life, for ever and ever!' cried Sanin with fresh ardour.
And I was cast out because my coarse ardors were too much for your refinement-because you didn’t want any more children.
But it was only the hairdresser curling the young gentlemen, and over-heating his tongs in the ardour of business.
But there had been nothing approaching ardor in his manner toward her.
It is rational to expect that more "important" industries would be protected with greater ardor.
feelings of great warmth and intensity: fervor, fervidness, fire, ardor, fervour, zeal, passionateness, passion, fervency
intense feeling of love: ardor, love
a feeling of strong eagerness (usually in favor of a person or cause): eagerness, zeal, ardor, avidity, elan, avidness, keenness