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noun as in enthusiast

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Cryptocurrency zealots preaching the gospel of Web3 claim everything we do online will be powered by blockchains.

From Quartz

QAnon zealots in private forums whispered that he was a paid actor, not a cop at all.

From Time

The great silencing that right-wing zealots are shouting about to their millions of followers on social media, radio, TV and in newspapers is not an example of Orwellian repression.

Of course, one scenario could bail out StarTech, and maybe it’s the one the zealots are counting on.

From Fortune

In a sense, Tesla will be a victim of the zealots who sent its stock price on a moonshot.

From Fortune

Kirsten Powers talks to the author of 'Zealot' about the double standard.

Prof. Dershowitz opposes the BDS advocate on one extreme and the radical settler zealot on the other.

Before securing the Republican nomination, Romney bent over backwards to brand himself as an anti-illegal-immigration zealot.

Michele Bachmann is a “delusional, paranoid zealot,” a “flake.”

His father, Hutton Gibson, is an outspoken religious zealot who has said the Holocaust never happened.

But these congregations assembled under conditions at once so formidable and romantic as made a zealot of the most cold.

The zealot for every species of sport, the candidate for every order of whim, was the light-hearted mirthful Lionel.

Hampden deserved no more honourable name than that of the “zealot of rebellion.”

If this were a fetch of human wit, it was in the austere zealot and puritan a mockery.

For this reason he believed blindly in its wonders, much as a zealot believes in the immense powers of the devil.


On this page you'll find 40 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to zealot, such as: die-hard/diehard, extremist, fanatic, militant, radical, and young turk.

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