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ar·dor

(ar'dōr),
(ar'dōr), Old term for a hot or burning sensation.
[L. fire, heat]

ardor

A poetic (i.e., non-medical) term for a subjective sensation of heat.

ardor

(ar′dŏr) [L. ardor, heat]
Burning; great heat.
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IT was one of the hottest nights of the year, but the tropical temperature in London's Bush Hall failed to dampen the ardour of Lily Allen's disciples.
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Dave Dinning, trading standards manager at Conwy, warned budding Romeos it was a scam to dampen the ardour.
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Nothing could dampen their ardour as they frolicked and kissed on the sun-drenched Mediterranean island of Capri.