Definition of fanaticism
: fanatic outlook or behavior
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Rangers’ fanaticism is fully operational once again.
This time, insurgents aligned with the Islamic State brought to Mindanao an international stature and theological fanaticism capable of fueling a much bigger problem than Duterte anticipated.
And then, Pazara found a network of like-minded individuals and friends—people who allegedly backed his growing fanaticism and then his ascent into the innermost circles of the Islamic State in Syria.
Despite the differences, the two men likely attempted to find common ground on denouncing religiously inspired violence and demanding Muslim leaders take a greater stand in rooting out fanaticism from their places of worship.
Arguably, Sunday night confirmed that the socially conscious K-pop band had brought this fanaticism to another level.
The fanaticism that comes with K-pop isn't exclusively domestic either with fans around the world translating song lyrics and interviews into their native languages and supporting their favorites in any platform online possible.
God & Football by Chad Gibbs In this honest look at football fanaticism, Gibbs explores the marriage of spirituality and sport with Christian game-goers amid a culture that is easily consumed with allegiance to all-stars.
There’s almost a fanaticism of the LIME customer that has endured.
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