Definition of Fanaticized

1. Verb. (past of fanaticize) ¹



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Definition of Fanaticized

1. fanaticize [v] - See also: fanaticize

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fanaticized

fanals
fanam
fanart
fanatic
fanatical
fanatically
fanaticalness
fanaticalnesses
fanaticise
fanaticised
fanaticises
fanaticising
fanaticism
fanaticisms
fanaticize
fanaticized (current term)
fanaticizes
fanaticizing
fanatick
fanatics
fanatism
fanbase
fanbases
fanbelt
fanbelts
fanboi
fanbois
fanboy
fanboyish
fanboyism

Literary usage of Fanaticized

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1. The Life of Louis Kossuth, Governor of Hungary by Phineas Camp Headley (1852)
"But still we were styled to be only a party fanaticized by me. Well, " I thank them for the word." You may judge by this what will then be, when not a mere ..."

2. England and Germany by Emile Joseph Dillon (1917)
"Now in this struggle the Teuton is the fanaticized warrior. He is fighting for an ideal, which, whether or no he understands it, he caresses and deems his ..."

3. The Life of Louis Kossuth, Governor of Hungary: Including Notices of the Men by Phineas Camp Headley (1852)
"But still we were styled to be only a party fanaticized by me. people—that mighty basis of the pyramid of mankind—the people is everywhere highly honorable, ..."

4. The Free Speaker: A New Collection of Pieces for Declamation, Original as by William Bentley Fowle (1859)
"But still we were said to be only a parly fanaticized by me. Well, "I thank them for the word." You may judge by this what we shall be, when, ..."

5. Cyclopaedia of Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Literature by John McClintock, James Strong, Roul Tunley (1883)
"The clergy commands a great ignorant mass, easily fanaticized, and ready to do anything "in ..."

6. The Contemporary Review (1878)
"Perhaps, however, these swarms of young people scarcely out of their teens, but already fanaticized to the extent of sacrificing their future to the ..."

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