Zeal (noun)

Great enthusiasm and eagerness for something.

Origin:

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

Examples:

  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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