Definition of Ardencies

1. Noun. (plural of ardency) ¹



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Definition of Ardencies

1. ardency [n] - See also: ardency

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ardencies

arcus volaris profundus
arcus volaris superficialis
arcus zygomaticus
arcuses
arcweld
arcwelded
arcwelding
arcwelds
ard
ardaite
ardanesthesia
ardealite
ardeb
ardebs
ardencies (current term)
ardency
ardent
ardent fever
ardent spirits
ardently
ardentness
ardi gasna
ardi gasnas
ardor
ardors
ardour
ardours
ardri
ardrigh

Literary usage of Ardencies

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1. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1858)
"24 Who was the sun to all this galaxy To haughtier ardencies, and ever yearn'd Towards her as its centre ; till at last A pearl within a many-color'd shell. ..."

2. The Guardian by Richard Steele, Joseph Addison (1804)
"the affluence of fortune, may, perhaps, make you look upon me, in this talk, like a poor well-meaning old man, who is past those ardencies in which you at ..."

3. The British Essayists; with Prefaces, Historical and Biographical, by Alexander Chalmers (1810)
"... make you look upon me in this talk, like a poor well-meaning old man, who is past those ardencies in which you at present triumph ; but believe me, sir, ..."

4. The Metropolitan (1835)
"Thus I had military ardour added to my other ardencies. Moreover, I had learned to swim in the New River, and, altogether, began to fancy myself a hero. ..."

5. Men of the Covenant: The Story of the Scottish Church in the Years of the by Alexander Smellie (1904)
"... he would try to hold in check the ardencies of his heart and tongue, and would deal more exclusively with those rich evangelical themes on which all the ..."

6. Character and Temperament by Joseph Jastrow (1921)
"The loves of men, as well as their allegiances to causes and ardencies of pursuit, are distinctive because man is (really or potentially) a fond parent, ..."

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