perfervid

extremely or extravagantly eager; impassioned or zealous


My aunt Ginny suggested that I use “fervid” for a word of the day. I think it’s a great word, pefectly suitable for the word of the day, but I like “perfervid” even more.

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6 Responses to perfervid

  1. Aunt Ginny says:

    Thanks, Karl! I’m honored. I agree, perfervid is even better! Someone who looked at my recent paintings referred to them as fervid but perfervid might even fit them better!
    I was taken aback by the comment and then I realized it could be a compliment and, heck, they are pretty fervid! Now I know, thanks to Karl that they are perfervid
    See for yourself at vwieringa.blogspot.com if you’ll forgive a bit of shameless self promotion on your site, Karl.

  2. Aunt Ginny says:

    Shucks, I thought I was using HTML tags for Bold and Italics. A little knowledge is a dangerous thing! and obviously when it comes to computers, I only have a little knowledge!

  3. Aunt Ginny says:

    did you fix that, Karl!? [B]Thanks[/B}

  4. Karl says:

    Yeah, I fixed it. :) Don’t worry about it. Soon, I’m going to implement a cool little “tool tip” that will give you instructions for inserting basic HTML.
    But for now, instead of using [b]bold[/b] or [i]italic[/i] …
    use <em> em stands for emphasis</em> <strong>strong stands for strong emphasis</strong>

  5. Aunt Ginny says:

    Thanks, KARL
    always a pleasure learning from you!

  6. Karl says:

    No problem. Remember, though: your “start” tag just has the word or letters surrounded by the less-than and greater-than symbols; your “end” tag has a slash right after the less-than symbol.

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