Thesaurus / fanatics

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They are fanatics for the things about which the people are good-humouredly convinced.

The press visited the friends of social freedom with sarcasm and contempt, and described them as purists and fanatics.

This was a pretext to represent these fanatics (p. 165) as the instruments of the captive queen.

This was the expression employed by the fanatics for going to prayers.

A Philosophical Dictionary, Volume 4 (of 10)Franois-Marie Arouet (AKA Voltaire)

The old Saracens, fanatics for a religion which professed to grow by conquest, were a nation of predatory and migrating warriors.

Pages From an Old Volume of LifeOliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.

This surprised the fanatics and they hesitated; then a second volley and a charge routed them.

The fanatics consider a person an alcoholic who drinks a glass of beer or wine with his meals.

WomanWilliam J. Robinson

I determined to make the fanatics bow before me in the dust and kiss the Territorial laws, and I have done it!

We were to be butchered with awful rites for the edification of Prempeh and his wild hordes of fanatics!

The Great White QueenWilliam Le Queux

"Free love" has also its fanatics who are guilty of quite as crass excess.

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