cultlike


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cultlike

(ˈkʌltˌlaɪk)
adj
resembling a cult
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Sabio's move is unpopular in a country where, despite the bloodshed, Duterte enjoys a cultlike status and has a loyal online following which hounds and harasses his opponents.
Well, I don't like that it's cultlike and it's very dogmatic in thinking.
The massive, cultlike following of the Star Wars franchise has entered the fitness and performance zone.
An epilogue, written from her adult perspective, explains Julien's theory of the cultlike psychological and behavioral control she was subjected to, and how it continues to shape her dreams and fears.
Zaman was the "dictator" of a cultlike group of misfits and the driving force behind a series of shocking attacks which prosecutors said belonged in the Dark Ages.
Some Iranian officials went as far as to blame the Mujahideen-e-Khalq (MEK, Peoples Mujahideen of Iran), an exiled, cultlike opposition movement with a history of violence and terrorism in Iran.
So its main rival may well be down the hill in Leece Street - Nabzy's, which has a cultlike following among students.
The year 1966 brought the TV debuts of Batman and Star Trek, which both enjoy a cultlike following 50 years later.
Despite steadily increasing sales, a dedicated, cultlike customer base and the wild success of #GIRLBOSS (it spent 18 weeks on the New York Times best-seller list), Nasty Gal's press hasn't always been positive.
The former nursery had a cultlike following of devotees, dependent on the shop for a steady supply of koi and water lilies.
Mohamedali admits that from the outside some may view Posse as uber exclusive and cultlike, but he strongly disagrees.
Their official media -- hyperbolic pronouncements, constant threats and worshipful praise of the leader -- magnifies a cultlike image.