fanatically


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fa·nat·i·cal

 (fə-năt′ĭ-kəl)
adj.
Possessed with or motivated by excessive, irrational zeal.

fa·nat′i·cal·ly adv.
fa·nat′i·cal·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.fanatically - in a passionately fanatic manner; "he followed the teachings of his guru fanatically"
Translations
بِتَعَصُّب
fanaticky
fanatiskt
fanatikusan
einstrengingslega
náruživo
bağnazcafanatik bir şekilde

fanatically

[fəˈnætɪklɪ] ADVfanáticamente
they were fanatically loyal to their Emperorsu lealtad hacia el emperador llegaba al fanatismo

fanatically

adv (+adj) loyal, hostileauf fanatische Weise; (+vb) train, cheerfanatisch; to be fanatically against something or opposed to somethingein fanatischer Gegner von etw sein

fanatically

[fəˈnætɪklɪ] advfanaticamente

fanatic

(fəˈnӕtik) noun
a person who is (too) enthusiastic about something. a religious fanatic.
faˈnatic(al) adjective
(too) enthusiastic. He is fanatical about physical exercise.
faˈnatically adverb
faˈnaticism (-sizəm) noun
(too) great enthusiasm, especially about religion. Fanaticism is the cause of most religious hatred.
References in classic literature ?
In the wild regions of Kattiawar (and how wild they are, you will understand, when I tell you that even the husbandmen plough the land, armed to the teeth), the population is fanatically devoted to the old Hindoo religion-- to the ancient worship of Bramah and Vishnu.
It is the race heritage, the sadness which has made the race sober-minded, clean-lived and fanatically moral, and which, in this latter connection, has culminated among the English in the Reformed Church and Mrs.
Perhaps because one cannot help winning if one is fanatically certain of doing so.
Jerry lapped it so fanatically that not for half a minute did he become aware that the boy had squeezed into it many hot seeds of ripe red peppers.
It is true that his nature was extremely conservative; that after a brief period of youthful free thinking he was fanatically loyal to the national Church and to the king (though theoretically he was a Jacobite, a supporter of the supplanted Stuarts as against the reigning House of Hanover); and that in conversation he was likely to roar down or scowl down all innovators and their defenders or silence them with such observations as, 'Sir, I perceive you are a vile Whig.
This is why the National Rifle Association protects the Second Amendment right to freedom of firearms ownership and use as fanatically as the American Civil Liberties Union defends the First Amendment right to freedom of expression.
In the three 30-second spots, Hayes plays the role of a streetwise observer narrating sports equipment dramas from the sidelines and summoning "The Fogdog" -- the company's fanatically dependable, guy-in-a-dog suit delivery character -- to the aid of athletes in need.
His fanatically pro-Brussels stance earned him enormous kudos outside of his own party.
Ellen Kent has been working fanatically these last two years to persuade this company to parade their abilities before British audiences.
In an entertaining match Wharfedale, from the old school of club rugby big-hearted Yorkshiremen that are almost fanatically committed in the tight forward game of recycling ball ran in two tries against the best defence in the division.
And Mendelsohn (who bears a striking resemblance to Robert Mapplethorpe) fails to make Lewis' change of attitude from smug disengagement to fanatically committed directing the slightest bit convincing.
The band's fidelity to its creative muse has earned it a fanatically devoted, remarkably well-organized network of fans (self-dubbed "The Freaks" after an early song lyric), whose unwavering support for the group has outlasted any number of shifts in musical fashion.