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- v. Alternative spelling of fanaticize.
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Spaniards to the sanguinary proceedings of the Inquisition, and to fanaticise the people.
These phantasies [_vertiges_] will fanaticise the people, who will flatten out all resistance.
To impel the people to passion there must be some slight illusion mingled with the truth; reality alone was too chilling to fanaticise the human mind; it is only roused to enthusiasm by things something out of nature.
However it served to throw dust into the eyes of the people and to fanaticise them, while to the knowing ones it gave a geographical and preponderant line of the Patomac and Ohio, throwing 12.