Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Zealousness.
  • noun An old form of jealousy.

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Examples

  • I am not Christian, and it makes me sad that when I think of the word I remember more their reborn-again zealousy, rather than the quiet and decent Christian students who helped shelter me, and which led to the sad conclusion of a somewhat enjoyable if stress-laden life.

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  • On 24 May, in a post entitled "slippery slope of zealousy", Stallman noted that Australia's

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  • On 24 May, in a post entitled "slippery slope of zealousy", Stallman noted that Australia's

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  • If you can’t distinguish between someone who gets different results from you, or who questions your data or analysis, and a flat-earther, I suspect you’ve been blinded by zealousy.

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