Definition of fanatically in English:

fanatically

adverb

  • See fanatical

    • ‘He was a conscientious objector, like me, but the big difference between us was, he was ferociously anti-smoking whereas I have always been fanatically pro it.’
    • ‘He wasn't even moderately religious, let alone fanatically religious.’
    • ‘Fishing was another sport in which Liam was fanatically interested and he was a member of Borris and Kilkenny Anglers' Clubs.’
    • ‘Privatisation was fanatically pursued and the country's leaders tried to restore economic order.’
    • ‘A fanatically hard worker, Joly pours an enormous volume of work into each episode.’

Pronunciation

fanatically

/fəˈnatɪk(ə)li/