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- v. Present participle of fanaticize.
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It's the local equivalent of a boy from New York fanaticizing about taking centerfield for the Yankees, he explains.
The implacable theologians also succeeded in fanaticizing some of the princes and bishops, who gradually became more and more opposed to any kind of settlement by mutual understanding.
I think ward elections better for many reasons, one of which is sufficient, that it will keep elementary education out of the hands of fanaticizing preachers, who, in county elections, would be universally chosen, and the predominant sect of the county would possess itself of all its schools.
To the Arabs, the very existence of Israel is a "war crime," but the Arabs have been unable to do much beyond fanaticizing about destroying Israel.
Now they have many political activists and progressive thinkers in the West fanaticizing along with them.
"If that isn't enough, the show's leading character is also shown fanaticizing [sic] about his wife and moaning while a horse licks his bare behind.
"[I] f that isn't enough, the show's leading character is also shown fanaticizing about his wife and moaning while a horse licks his bare behind.