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Similar words: fanaticallystaticallysabbaticalstatisticaldramaticallyautomaticallyverticalcriticalMeaning: [fə'nætɪkl]  adj. marked by excessive enthusiasm for and intense devotion to a cause or idea. 
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1. His enthusiasm for aerobics was almost fanatical.
2. Top of the range Scotches attract a fanatical following among whisky buffs.
3. He is a fanatical hunter.
4. She's fanatical about healthy eating.
5. He was fanatical about tidiness.
6. She's fanatical about keeping fit.
7. As a boy he was a fanatical patriot.
8. Gary's fanatical about football.
9. He became a fanatical Anglophile.
10. Fanatical, uncultured leaders, little versed in modern science, can not give us a solution.
10. try its best to collect and create good sentences.
11. As a student, he experienced a fanatical conversion to Marxism.
12. Its boasts about fanatical recruits lining up for paradise through the martyrdom of suicide-bombing may be bluster.
13. Was it an outburst of fanatical xenophobia led by monks and friars?
14. This fanatical regard for esteemed works as they were first given to the public leads to intimidating variations in price.
15. The newly formed society of Jesuits were fanatical witch-hunters but even the great reformers were not far behind.
16. But Lazio's fanatical support will go loco if he can open his Serie A account.
17. He was a fanatical and not very competent golfer and a member of the Royal Bucks Club.
18. Above all,( there is Arrowsmith and Gottleib's fanatical insistence on controls for all of their experiments.
19. They were led by a fanatical chieftain named Yusuf and Alfonso was soundly defeated at the battle of Sagrajas.
20. The mods' fanatical eye for detail became an important element in the skinhead style.
21. Less fanatical minds of the Protestant school were not pleased with the choice for York.
22. They were fanatical Marxist communists.
23. We have lost fanatical pride and unyielding and principled.
24. In 1589 Henry was himself assassinated by a fanatical Jacobin friar.
25. But such incidents are wildly exceptional, and based on fanatical misunderstandings of what fiction does or seeks to do.
26. A discovery of Anglo-Catholicism and its devotional power, originally through its fanatical critics, and then fostered by wise friends.
27. Football fans in this region are often said to the most fanatical in the country and so deserve teams among the elite.
28. The opposite of the religious fanatic is not the fanatical atheist but the gentle cynic who cares not whether there is a god or not. Eric Hoffer 
29. Lyte - whose bicentenary it is on 1st June, this year - was also a fanatical bookman.
30. What's more, whereas America has a negative savings rate and its citizens are neck-deep in debt, the Japanese have remained fanatical savers, frugal to a fault.
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