fanatical

[ fuh-nat-i-kuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF fanatical

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FANATICAL

They are fanatical because of their purity of doctrine, and withal because they live in Nejd.

I know the people of this City: they are ignorant, obtuse, fanatical, 313 blind.

He is zealous but not fanatical, but equally superstitious as devout.

Just our luck, the men finding a fanatical firebrand like Roberts for leader.

The joy of the priests rose to the highest pitch of fanatical fervor.

I am impelled by no fanatical zeal, and have no creed or cult of my own to vindicate.

About this had centered all his fanatical worship––all his power.

Do you think he is fanatical—I mean very strict in his faith?

For the others, Ludlow was at that day too fanatical an impressionist to care.

But every man is fanatical when his soul is warmed by the generous fires of liberty.

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