g'ayrat, intilish, tirishish, hafsala, qunt, shijoat
Noun(1) a feeling of strong eagerness (usually in favor of a person or cause(2) excessive fervor to do something or accomplish some end(3) prompt willingness
(1) Excessive rabid zeal can be just as bad for a country as excessive do-nothing laziness.(2) his zeal for privatization(3) The party's modernising zeal is set to sweep away Britain's archaic alcohol restrictions.(4) One glance at those staring eyes was enough to confirm that this was a man burning with missionary zeal .(5) The youngest boy had the unreasonable zeal of a brainwashed psychopath.(6) Charities always have great plans and members who pursue the cause with single-minded zeal .(7) She shared her husband's reforming zeal and supported him in his campaigns.(8) That zeal is infectious and I finished the book long before we landed at Heathrow despite my struggling eyelids.(9) I do commend the officers involved upon their zeal and energy.(10) Today the more religious zeal a person has, the more selfish and heartless he is apt to be.(11) While his zeal is unchallenged, the strength of his evidence remains uncertain.(12) He embarked with zeal on a foreign policy he himself didn't quite understand.(13) Extreme nationalism and ideological zeal militated against observing rules of moderation.(14) Laura brought a missionary zeal to her work(15) His rousing words were delivered with such zeal that after a while you even began to believe that he believed what he was saying.(16) So great was their zeal that Christians would sooner die than deny the existence of their Lord and God.
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Different Formszeal, zealous
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