fanaticism

[ fuh-nat-uh-sahyz-uh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF fanaticism

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But how pull the scales from off eyes blinded by fanaticism?

He could not combat the fanaticism that was Sir Richard's in this matter.

The Catholics were stimulated by all the energies of fanaticism in defense of the Church.

The fanaticism of yesterday is the reform of to-day, and the victory of to-morrow.

Freed from his fanaticism, his fascination, she will be as dangerous as a baby.

To this sort of fanaticism, the parisians are unquestionably not arrived.

To know how far this fanaticism went, we have only to refer to Lil.

This, however, was not all the fanaticism which I found in this Columbian Orator.

But her loyalty, as it exceeded her brother's in fanaticism, excelled it also in purity.

It is a curious medley of vanity, ignorance, malice, and fanaticism.

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