fervidly vs fierily what difference

what is difference between fervidly and fierily

English

Etymology

fervid +‎ -ly

Adverb

fervidly (comparative more fervidly, superlative most fervidly)

  1. In a fervid manner.


English

Etymology

fiery +‎ -ly

Adverb

fierily (comparative more fierily, superlative most fierily)

  1. In a fiery manner.
    • 1913, D. H. Lawrence, Sons and Lovers, Penguin, 1994, Chapter 2, p. 50,
      The mountain-ash berries across the field stood fierily out from the dark leaves, for a moment.
    • 2006, Stefan Zweig, Chess, translated by Anthea Bell, Penguin,
      Hypnotized, my eyes stared at the small bulge made by that book inside the pocket, they gazed fierily at that one inconspicuous spot as if to burn a hole in the coat.

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