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  • adjective In the manner of a zealot; zealous; fanatic.

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Examples

  • It is the same with scientism as every religion 'look at the Barbarians! "they shout' look how we are reasonable and they are warmongers "- tfgfsgfhe internal dialog of every zealotic cadre, know since the beginnings of recorded time - the rhetoric given to their indoctrinated subjects.

    Kog Zadare, only living person...

  • The republican base would go from a group of squabbling demoralized opposition to a reenergized zealotic fully focused force.

    Sen. Chris Dodd's Make or Break Moment

  • About time we lost that symbol; I was always amazed by the fact that modern Israel iconocized the last vestiges of zealotic sucide.

    Masada Crumbling | Jewschool

  • Casesarea Philipi was in between, on one hand, Gentile pervaded Roman Tiberius to the southwest of the Sea, and on the other hand, anti-Roman nationalistic and zealotic Gamla to the north east of the Sea.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • Casesarea Philipi was in between, on one hand, Gentile pervaded Roman Tiberius to the southwest of the Sea, and on the other hand, anti-Roman nationalistic and zealotic Gamla to the north east of the Sea.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • Casesarea Philipi was in between, on one hand, Gentile pervaded Roman Tiberius to the southwest of the Sea, and on the other hand, anti-Roman nationalistic and zealotic Gamla to the north east of the Sea.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • Casesarea Philipi was in between, on one hand, Gentile pervaded Roman Tiberius to the southwest of the Sea, and on the other hand, anti-Roman nationalistic and zealotic Gamla to the north east of the Sea.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • Casesarea Philipi was in between, on one hand, Gentile pervaded Roman Tiberius to the southwest of the Sea, and on the other hand, anti-Roman nationalistic and zealotic Gamla to the north east of the Sea.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • Casesarea Philipi was in between, on one hand, Gentile pervaded Roman Tiberius to the southwest of the Sea, and on the other hand, anti-Roman nationalistic and zealotic Gamla to the north east of the Sea.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • Casesarea Philipi was in between, on one hand, Gentile pervaded Roman Tiberius to the southwest of the Sea, and on the other hand, anti-Roman nationalistic and zealotic Gamla to the north east of the Sea.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

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