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(56 Down) ardor (Noun) 1. Feelings of great warmth and intensity. Synonyms: ardour, fervency, fervidness, fervor, fervour, fire. 2. Great heat, as of fire. 3. Intense feeling of love. 4. A feeling of strong eagerness, usually in favor of a person or cause. Synonyms: ardour, eagerness, elan, vehemence, zeal. Derived from Latin: ardere to burn. (Ardour is the common British spelling of the word.)
Did You Know? (61 Across) The Oprah Winfrey Show is the most popular talk show in the history of television. Oprah Winfrey overcame great odds to become the actress, talk show-host, book critic, magazine publisher, and philanthropist, she is today. Oprah, generally referred to with the singular name, is a billionaire who shares her wealth through selective philanthropic projects. For more information on Oprah, visit her highly popular Web site Oprah.com which offers, (besides biographical information), special sections on "Spirit and Self"; "Food and Home"; "Mind and Body" and "Relationships".
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