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.' At worst it was not quite certain that he would not knock them down physically.
Carrie (Channel 5, 11.25pm) (2013) A repressed teenage girl is tormented at school by bullies and at home by her fanatically religious mother.
I think we bowled fanatically well, but that partnership between Siddle and Smith was frustrating that we couldn't break it earlier.
Exceptional leaders are fanatically focused; they never lose sight of what their team is striving for - and they never let their team lose sight of it, either.
Do you see what many liberals have morphed into--intolerant fascists who don't want to debate (mainly because they would lose those debates), and who fanatically are trying to impose their bizarre and extreme values on everyone.
Four scientists, fanatically devoted to science, are developing an ambitious first space travel plan.
Adapted by Lawrence Cohen, Michael Gore and Dean Pitchford in 1988 from Stephen King's twisted coming-of-age novel, 'Carrie' follows the titular high school outcast (Nyla Festejo) who is constantly bullied, is abused by her fanatically religious mother (Reg Claravall), and begins to manifest telekinetic powers.
Trilyo has the right mix; a big problem, a smart solution, scalable product and a fanatically driven team," said co-founder, Startup Buddy, Amit Singal.