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  • v. Present participle of fanaticise.


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  • Transcendentalism, and fighting and fanaticising amid a Nation of his like, becomes as it were enveloped in an ambient atmosphere of

    The French Revolution

  • I think ward elections better for many reasons, one of which is sufficient, that it will keep elementary education out of the hands of fanaticising preachers, who in county elections would be universally chosen, and the predominant sect of the county would possess itself of all it's schools.

    Letters to and from Jefferson, 1820

  • They tend to intensify over time, moving from the ground of logic to the wrestling-mat of psychology and in the process fanaticising the contenders.

    open Democracy News Analysis - Comments


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