Zeal (noun)

Great enthusiasm and eagerness for something.


The word "zeal" originated in the late 13th century, it comes from the old french word "zele" meaning eagerness, fervor.


  1. He approached the project with great zeal.
  2. She had a zeal for learning.
  3. The team had a zeal for winning.
  4. He had a zeal for life.
  5. The activists had a zeal for justice.
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