Definition of Fervidest
1. fervid [adj] - See also: fervid
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Literary usage of Fervidest
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Great Modern American Stories: An Anthology by William Dean Howells, Boni & Liveright (1920)
"The American character studied in it is American to the last degree, and as sharply distinct from the English, as the fervidest American could wish, ..."
2. George Fox by Thomas Hodgkin (1896)
"Another impulse in the same direction was given by the words of Hugh Peters, fervidest of Puritans, staunchest and jolliest of army chaplains,1 who shrewdly ..."
3. The Diamond Necklace by Thomas Carlyle (1913)
"... Explanations, Expostulations, penned with fervidest eloquence, with craftiest diplomacy,—all delivered by our tutelar Countess: in vain! ..."
4. Glasgow Mechanics' Magazine, and Annals of Philosophy (1825)
"In Summer, then, when Sal, " to warm earth's inmost womb," darts down his fervidest rays, the Gothic tribe, with their whole domestic train, betake them to ..."