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Noun(1) a person motivated by irrational enthusiasm (as for a cause
Adjective(1) marked by excessive enthusiasm for and intense devotion to a cause or idea
(1) ├ö├ç├┐Cinderella Man├ö├ç├û was written by New York lawyer and boxing fanatic Michael DeLise.(2) He was quite rigid, almost like a religious fanatic .(3) The dictator is not going to work with a religious fanatic , she said.(4) Among the exhibitors were model steam engine fanatic Gordon Woodham from Warminster, walking stick maker George Russell from Sutton Veny, and The Wylye Valley Tree Group.(5) Shipway was known as a fitness fanatic , a term inactive types use to describe anyone who walks to the mailbox, but in Shipway's case the description was apt.(6) he's a computer fanatic(7) HIS age and more than 30 miles riding up a mountain failed to stop cycling fanatic Brian Bulmer's success in a highly prestigious event.(8) He was then rising high in the Army, a fitness fanatic , and a truly powerful all round athlete.(9) Film critics have been divided on the movie's merits, claiming it to be either powerful film-making or a religious fanatic 's racist interpretation.(10) A fitness fanatic , Harth worked out daily in the local gym.(11) But at all times, a clear distinction must be held between Muslims and fanatic nihilists, for the former desire the furtherment of society, while the latter do not believe in society at all.(12) Luhulima believes that each side's fanatic desire to avenge the other's most recent attack will continue to undermine religious tolerance throughout Indonesia.(13) You say that some don't think of him at all; some see him as the original social worker, or as a great teacher, or a revolutionary, or a religious fanatic with a death-wish.(14) Andy, whose first column begins today, says you don't need to become a fitness fanatic to reap the benefits of better health.(15) A fitness fanatic smashed a world record for endurance running on a treadmill yesterday, by clocking up almost 150 miles in just 48 hours.(16) Something which has started in Chechnya during the first war was already pointing in the direction of fanatic fundamentalist, global Islamist resistance.
(1) fanatic :: ffanatig
1. rabid ::
2. overzealous ::
4. zealot ::
6. militant ::
7. dogmatist ::
8. devotee ::
9. adherent ::
10. sectarian ::
11. bigot ::
12. partisan ::
13. radical ::
15. maniac ::
Different Formsfanatic, fanatical, fanaticism, fanatics
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