How much more so, the right, whom we have long dismissed as fanatic and, recently, fascist.
His tone as captured by the video he then posted on Facebook is not manifestly that of some a fanatic or a psychopath.
While cycling to work one morning, he was shot repeatedly by a fanatic who claimed he had defamed Mohammed.
As long-time readers know, I'm something of a fanatic on the subject of antibiotic resistance.
He is now one of the proud multitude the NRA labels a “fanatic.”
This fanatic affected sovereign power, and filled the whole city of Jeru'salem, and all the towns around, with tumult and pillage.
The member from Vermont pursued Jim with the bitterness of a fanatic.
That's the third useless Hindu fanatic within a week who has talked about India being drenched in blood.
Moreover, the old fellow was growing intolerant, fanatic, said Homais.
Because this second arrival wore his hat well forward the clerk was not able to discern the pinched forehead of the fanatic.
1520s, "insane person," from Latin fanaticus "mad, enthusiastic, inspired by a god," also "furious, mad," originally, "pertaining to a temple," from fanum "temple," related to festus "festive" (see feast). Meaning "zealous person" is mid-17c. As an adjective, in English, 1530s, "furious;" meaning "characterized by excessive enthusiasm," especially in religion (of Nonconformists), is from 1640s.
A fanatic is someone who can't change his mind and won't change the subject. [attributed to Winston Churchill]