Definition of fanaticize in English:

fanaticize

verb

  • See fanatic

    • ‘As the nation ate breakfast on Sunday, its emotions ran the gamut from vengeful anger to violent jubilation, from one extreme to the other of the fanaticized political spectrum.’
    • ‘Faced with fanaticized masses, the modern world has long clung to the view that it was dealing with the peculiarities of backward societies.’
    • ‘Secret clubs of Rome, especially the "Circolo Romano", under the direction of Ciceruacchio, fanaticized the mob with their radicalism and were the real rulers of Rome.’
    • ‘The author calls for third party objective science that is neither politicized nor fanaticized by religious zealots.’

Pronunciation

fanaticize

/fəˈnadəˌsīz//fəˈnædəˌsaɪz/