- to make fanatical.
- to act with or show fanaticism.
Also especially British, fa·nat·i·cise.
Origin of fanaticize
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Examples from the Web for fanaticized
Luther had to soothe a fanaticized multitude, to tame its unbridled passions; and in this he succeeded.History of the Reformation of the Sixteenth Century, Volume III
J. H. Merle D'Aubign
As usual, these fanaticized Moslems displayed fierce fighting power.The New World of Islam
She considered that the Majorcans had been brutalized and fanaticized, thanks to their influence.
- to make or become fanatical
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