And though thou wert of the race of the hot-tempered, or of the voluptuous, or of the fanatical
, or the vindictive;
It seizes with avidity upon any incidents, surprising or mysterious, in the career of those who have at all distinguished themselves from their fellows, and invents a legend to which it then attaches a fanatical
Martin told him that his hatred of the magazines was rabid, fanatical
, and that his conduct was a thousand times more despicable than that of the youth who burned the temple of Diana at Ephesus.
All this portion of Bundelcund, which is little frequented by travellers, is inhabited by a fanatical
population, hardened in the most horrible practices of the Hindoo faith.
Opening her own letter Dorothea saw that it was a lively continuation of his remonstrance with her fanatical
sympathy and her want of sturdy neutral delight in things as they were--an outpouring of his young vivacity which it was impossible to read just now.
They were armed with bludgeons and knives, and fortified in their courage by fanatical
hate and frenzy.
He divined the fanatical
love of freedom in her, the deep-seated antipathy for restraint of any sort.
We were encamped outside the city; and an attack was made on us, under cover of darkness, by the fanatical
"He is a fanatical
Tory, very stupid, very blind to anything except his beloved Primrose League.
By degrees they sink into the category of the reactionary conservative Socialists depicted above, differing from these only by more systematic pedantry, and by their fanatical
and superstitious belief in the miraculous effects of their social science.
Now for the first time did I truly feel what it was to be poor; now did the sacrifice I had made in casting from me the means of living put on a new aspect; instead of a correct, just, honourable act, it seemed a deed at once light and fanatical
; I took several turns in my room, under the goading influence of most poignant remorse; I walked a quarter of an hour from the wall to the window; and at the window, self-reproach seemed to face me; at the wall, self-disdain: all at once out spoke Conscience:--
I saw a frail little man with a long, yellow face and sunken fanatical
eyes, an Inquisitor, an unfrocked monk.