fanatical in their devotion, the three girls followed him everywhere he went in Memphis.
“We believe in fanatical freshness and only serve daily hand-cut fruit,” company literature notes.
Viva, for their part, consider FXers to be poor and fanatical.
This fanatical emotional certainty is the fevered atmosphere in which the crime of the Iraq war grew and flourished.
One prisoner said Mandela was “fanatical” about his pet project, growing 2,000 chilies, nearly 1,000 tomatoes, and watermelons.
He wants this little hobby to ride through Massachusetts on, and to feed a fanatical flame there.
This is the region of a fanatical sect of Mohammedans known as the Senussi.
But no securities could satisfy the enthusiastic patriots or the fanatical Cameronians.
I know Mr Digby thought it a fanatical notion only fit for enthusiasts.
We may note, too, that grossness in manners forms a large proportion of the offenses that fanatical reformers foam about.