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English definition of “ardor”

ardor

noun [U] (Cdn ardour)    /ˈɑr·dər/
strong emotion , or great enthusiasm or excitement : She fires off the facts , yet lets her ardor for her cause come through. Her ardor for basketball impressed me.
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