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ardent having or characterized by very strong feelings such as passion, devotion, or desire; fervent. [1/2 definitions]
ardor very strong feelings; passion; fervor.
crime passionel (French) crime of passion; a crime committed in extreme passion, esp. sexual or romantic jealousy.
fetishism a psychological disorder in which an object stimulates sexual passion. [1/2 definitions]
fire passion or imaginative excitement. [1/15 definitions]
flame any strong or intense feeling; passion. [1/9 definitions]
furious characterized by intense passion or energy. [1/3 definitions]
heat intensity of emotion; anger; passion; enthusiasm. [1/13 definitions]
hot-blooded having or showing strong emotions or passion; ardent; adventuresome. [1/2 definitions]
incandescent showing brilliance or passion. [1/3 definitions]
infatuate to cause a foolish and irrational passion or attachment in (someone). [1/2 definitions]
infatuated having a strong and irrational attraction to or passion for someone or something.
kiss to touch or press with the lips as a sign of love, affection, passion, or respect. [2/8 definitions]
moonstruck thought to be adversely affected by the moon's influence, as with lunacy, distraction, or romantic passion.
on fire pursuing or performing with great and contagious passion, energy, and motivation. [1/3 definitions]
rage violent passion or desire. [1/8 definitions]
red-hot filled with emotion, enthusiasm, or passion. [1/5 definitions]
sizzle (informal) to be emotionally heated, as in anger or passion. [1/4 definitions]
Stations of the Cross (sometimes l.c.) a sequence of fourteen representations marking significant incidents in the Passion of Jesus Christ, often set upon the walls of a church, esp. Roman Catholic. [1/2 definitions]
strongly with great certainty or passion.
tepid lacking enthusiasm or passion. [1/2 definitions]