zealotry


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zeal·ot·ry

 (zĕl′ə-trē)
n.
Excessive zeal; fanaticism.

zealotry

(ˈzɛlətrɪ)
n
extreme or excessive zeal or devotion

zeal•ot•ry

(ˈzɛl ə tri)

n.
excessive zeal; fanaticism.
[1650–60]

zealotism, zealotry

a tendency to undue or excessive zeal; fanaticism.
See also: Behavior
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.zealotry - excessive intolerance of opposing views
intolerance - unwillingness to recognize and respect differences in opinions or beliefs
Translations

zealotry

[ˈzelətrɪ] Nfanatismo m

zealotry

nFanatismus m, → blinder Eifer
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