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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of fanaticize.

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Examples

  • Since he was in high school, he said, he had fanaticized about tying up women and torturing them.

    Erin Moriarty: Long Island Serial Killer: Which Other Serial Killers Does He Resemble?

  • This first crafting experience will never live up to the way it was fanaticized about.

    Greg Archer: Amy Sedaris Embraces Her Inner Crafter in New Book: (VIDEO)

  • So you have a Republican Party that is splintered and fanaticized and a Democratic Party that is really a moderate Republican Party stuck to the teat of Corporate America and unwilling to let go.

    The Lost Children

  • Hezbollah is waging "asymmetrical" warfare against Israel based on increasingly radicalized and even fanaticized mass support.

    Nathan Gardels: Beginning of the End for Israel?

  • The Bush administration fanaticized about using shock and awe to "decapitate" the Iraqi regime, and then -- King Midas-like -- touching the country to make it prosperous, civil, and — most important for the Bush administration — compliant.

    Lew Rockwell: Iraq and Moral Corruption

  • But the extent to which this stratum was penetrated, misled about reality, and to some degree fanaticized by Moscow's manipulations is striking.

    The Terrors

  • That which attracts the attention of us non-fanaticized Venezuelans is that a tragedy of this caliber where at least 10 000 deaths are estimated, above the 3500 of 11 S is used to attack publicly, and through the state owned media, a government with which we have normal diplomatic relations.

    Chavez manipulation of Katrina tragedy

  • At last the father began to give way before the persistence of the love-sick girl who was, as Kraft expressed it, “fanaticized” by Versilov.

    A Raw Youth

  • We may be dealing with someone who for a long time has fanaticized about being destructive.

    CNN Transcript Oct 20, 2002

  • As usual, these fanaticized Moslems displayed fierce fighting power.

    The New World of Islam

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