Definition of ardency in English:

ardency

noun

  • See ardent

    • ‘Johnson's ardency emerges in his hobbies as well, as a golfer who has played everywhere from Hawaii to Ireland and as a scuba enthusiast who plans to dive the Seychelles and the Red Sea.’
    • ‘Ojos Criollos is a Cuban Dance, a kind of tango that ingratiates itself with a certain robust ardency.’
    • ‘Even so I still feel a paternal affection for these two callow younglings, if mainly for their ardency.’
    • ‘Ernesto is seen as preening and shallow, almost sadistically delighting in his uncle Pasquale's discomfort, for all the ardency of his love.’
    • ‘The young dancer infused his partnering with Elizabeth Loscavio with such ardency that he created a memorable experience even out of one of Tomasson's minor pieces.’

Pronunciation

ardency

/ˈɑːdənsi/