What does ardor mean?

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  1. Great warmth of feeling; fervor; passion.
  2. Spirit. (clarification of this definition is being sought)
  3. Intense heat.
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He had been a painter all his life, but never before had he seen such a vision or painted with such ardor and desire.
Many a woman has experienced a lover's ardor giving way to chilling remoteness once she has given herself to him sexually.
Clara supposed that she only felt confusion because Will had seemed to be as incapable of true love and ardor as herself.
I regularly marveled at the ardor and wonkish knowledge Bill brought to these issues.
Stung by his reproach, she counters by reminding him that her lack of ardor is understandable given their night of lovemaking.
Perhaps we have had too little of the Spirit's fullness to enable us to love with the personal ardor Jesus desires.

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