descendant, the last of the three sons of Caleb by his first wife Azubah (1 Chr. 2:18).
The 13th-century gates of ardon, Chenizelles and Soissons, the latter in a state of ruin, have been preserved.
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great warmth of feeling; fervor; passion: She spoke persuasively and with ardor. intense devotion, eagerness, or enthusiasm; zeal: his well-known ardor for Chinese art. burning heat. Contemporary Examples I wish that the ardor for information on our jobs initiative would be as strong as it is on this other subject. What’s Next for Weiner? Jill […]
great warmth of feeling; fervor; passion: She spoke persuasively and with ardor. intense devotion, eagerness, or enthusiasm; zeal: his well-known ardor for Chinese art. burning heat. Contemporary Examples But Jack Scott came in and entered into the “game,” as he called it, with ardour. Read ‘The King in Yellow,’ the ‘True Detective’ Reference That’s the […]
adult respiratory distress syndrome. See (def 2). Historical Examples How many evenin’s I’ve seen her set by it, rockin’ back’ARDS an’ for’ARDS,—an’ her needle goin’ in an’ out! Meadow Grass Alice Brown Their in’ARDS have not learned how to suspend the law of gravity. The Letters of Ambrose Bierce Ambrose Bierce Person turn de wheel […]
requiring great exertion; laborious; difficult: an arduous undertaking. requiring or using much energy and vigor; strenuous: making an arduous effort. hard to climb; steep: an arduous path up the hill. hard to endure; full of hardships; severe: an arduous winter. Historical Examples It was as if every morning that ship had been arduously explored with—with […]