NounArdor (countable and uncountable; plural Ardors)
Adjectives for Ardor
clean; bright; open-hearted; indiscreet; fiery;youthful; beauteous; amazing; cooled; revolutionary; tender; generous; characteristic; instinctive; inexplicable; impetuous furious; sacrificial; covert; renewed; dampened; fastidious; poetic; passionate; mutual; tedious; professional; new-born; obsessing; war-like; wandering; hasty; impulsive ;ready; redoubled; irrepressible; intrepid; exaggerating; emulous; heroic; ingenious martial; patriotic; lyrical; military; submissive; irresistible; fervent.
Verbs for Ardor
burn with—; confine with—; electrify with—; flame with— effulgesify—; pursue with—; abates; —swells; waxes; dampen; extinguish—; fire ; heat with—; intenradiate—; spend—; wanes; —warms.
abandon; acquiescence; activity; admiration; adoration; affection; agape; agreeability; agreeableness; alacrity; allegiance; amenability; anger; animation; application; ardency; assiduity; assiduousness; attachment; avidity; bodily love; brio; briskness; brotherly love; calenture; caritas; charity; cheerful consent; commitment; committedness; compliance; concentration; concupiscence; conjugal love; consent; cooperativeness; curiosity; dedication; desideration; desire; devotedness; devotion; devoutness; diligence; docility; drive; eagerness; earnestness; ecstasy; elan; energeticalness; energy; enthusiasm; excitement; faith; faithful love; faithfulness; fancy; fantasy; favorable disposition; favorableness; fealty; fervency; fervidity; fervidness; fervor; fidelity; fieriness; fire; flame; fondness; forwardness; free love; free-lovism; furor; fury; galvanization; gameness; glow; goodwill; gusto; heart; heartiness; heat; heatedness; hero worship; hope; horme; hurrah; idolatry; idolism; idolization; impassionedness; impetuosity; impetus; indefatigability; industriousness; industry; intellectual curiosity; intensity; intentness; joie de vivre; keenness; laboriousness; lasciviousness; libido; life; like; liking; liveliness; love; lovemaking; loyalty; lust for learning; lustiness; married love; mettle; mind; need; passion; passionateness; perkiness; pertness; physical love; piety; pleasure; pleasure principle; pliability; pliancy; popular regard; popularity; promptness; quickening; readiness; receptive mood; receptiveness; receptivity; regard; relentlessness; relish; resolution; responsiveness; right mood; robustness; savor; sedulity; sedulousness; sentiment; seriousness; sex; sexual desire; sexual love; shine; sincerity; soul; spirit; spiritedness; spiritual love; stimulation; strenuousness; tender feeling; tender passion; thirst for knowledge; tirelessness; tractability; truelove; ungrudgingness; unloathness; unreluctance; unsparingness; urge; uxoriousness; vehemence; verve; vivacity; want; wanting; warmth; warmth of feeling; weakness; will; will and pleasure; willing ear; willing heart; willingness; wish; wish fulfillment; worship; yearning; zeal; zealousness; zest; zestfulness; zing
From Latin ardere (“to burn”).
- ardour (chiefly British and Canadian)