fervor

Fervor vs Furlough - What's the difference?

fervor | furlough |


In us|lang=en terms the difference between fervor and furlough

is that fervor is (us) heat while furlough is (us) a period of unpaid time off, used by an employer to reduce costs.

As nouns the difference between fervor and furlough

is that fervor is (us) an intense, heated emotion; passion, ardor while furlough is a leave of absence or vacation.

As a verb furlough is

to grant a furlough to (someone).

Fervor vs Wisdom - What's the difference?

fervor | wisdom |


As a noun fervor

is (us) an intense, heated emotion; passion, ardor.

As a proper noun wisdom is

(biblical) the wisdom of solomon, a book of the old testament and the hebrew tanakh.

Ardour vs Fervor - What's the difference?

ardour | fervor |


As nouns the difference between ardour and fervor

is that ardour is while fervor is (us) an intense, heated emotion; passion, ardor.

Fervor vs Impassioned - What's the difference?

fervor | impassioned |


As a noun fervor

is (us) an intense, heated emotion; passion, ardor.

As an adjective impassioned is

filled with intense emotion or passion; fervent.

Heartiness vs Fervor - What's the difference?

heartiness | fervor | Related terms |

Heartiness is a related term of fervor.


As nouns the difference between heartiness and fervor

is that heartiness is the characteristic of being hearty; fillingness; wholesomeness while fervor is (us) an intense, heated emotion; passion, ardor.

Fervor vs Cordiality - What's the difference?

fervor | cordiality | Related terms |

Fervor is a related term of cordiality.


As nouns the difference between fervor and cordiality

is that fervor is (us) an intense, heated emotion; passion, ardor while cordiality is the practice of being cordial.

Fervor vs Greediness - What's the difference?

fervor | greediness | Related terms |

Fervor is a related term of greediness.


As nouns the difference between fervor and greediness

is that fervor is (us) an intense, heated emotion; passion, ardor while greediness is the state of being greedy; greed.

Fervor vs Fierce - What's the difference?

fervor | fierce |


As a noun fervor

is (us) an intense, heated emotion; passion, ardor.

As an adjective fierce is

extremely violent, severe, ferocious or savage.

Fervor vs Verve - What's the difference?

fervor | verve |


As nouns the difference between fervor and verve

is that fervor is (us) an intense, heated emotion; passion, ardor while verve is .

Fervor vs Avidity - What's the difference?

fervor | avidity | Related terms |

Fervor is a related term of avidity.


As nouns the difference between fervor and avidity

is that fervor is (us) an intense, heated emotion; passion, ardor while avidity is greediness; strong appetite.

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