Definition of Fanatics

1. Noun. (plural of fanatic) ¹



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Definition of Fanatics

1. fanatic [n] - See also: fanatic

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fanatics

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

Literary usage of Fanatics

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1. Church History by Johann Heinrich Kurtz (1890)
"NEW SECTS AND fanatics. The pietism of the eighteenth century, ... was followed by the appearance of all sorts of fanatics and extremists. ..."

2. Martyrdom in Missouri: A History of Religious Proscription, the Seizure of by William M. Leftwich (1870)
"When the Northern fanatics adopted a platform and announced a line of policy, the Missouri fanatics of the same school would not only fall into line, ..."

3. The Káfirs of the Hindu-Kush by George Scott Robertson (1896)
"First, there were secret rumours about that a small band of Dir fanatics had set out ... There were no means of verifying the rumour about the Dir fanatics. ..."

4. The Women of Mormonism; Or, The Story of Polygamy as Told by the Victims by Jennie Anderson Froiseth (1882)
"CHAPTER XL Degradation of the fanatics. — Joseph Smith's Holiness. — Brig- ham Young's Opinion ... This class may be divided into fanatics and hypocrites. ..."

5. History of the Reformation of the Sixteenth Century by Jean Henri Merle d'Aubigné (1879)
"... Prophet Blau- rock—Fanaticism at Saint Gall—Schucker and Family—Discussion at Zurich—The Limits of the Reformation—Punishment of the fanatics. ..."

6. The Arena by Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress) (1895)
"ARE THE PEOPLE OF THE WEST fanatics? BY JK MILLER. The charge so frequently made in the Eastern press, that the people of the West, and more especially of ..."

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