Definition of fervently in English:

fervently

adverb

  • Very enthusiastically or passionately.

    ‘he fervently believes he's doing the right thing’
    ‘I fervently opposed the change’
    • ‘He was largely self-educated, a militant atheist, and believed fervently in man's capacity for self-improvement.’
    • ‘Never have I more fervently wished for the return of the silent film era.’
    • ‘It's a fervently political film that should compel viewers to action.’
    • ‘I prayed very fervently for my mother's recovery.’
    • ‘Poe continued to write fervently and was published in several magazines of his day.’
    • ‘Nobody believes more fervently in the American Dream than he does, yet the dream has somehow eluded him.’
    • ‘This is his best film, and I fervently hope it will not be the last.’
    • ‘Students were working as fervently as ever.’
    • ‘I wished fervently to be back in the safety of my room.’
    • ‘Marie clings fervently to the hope that he will soon return.’

Pronunciation

fervently

/ˈfəːv(ə)ntli/