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They were armed with bludgeons and knives, and fortified in their courage by fanatical hate and frenzy.
Her voice was soft and musical--Tarzan could scarce realize that its possessor in a moment more would be transformed by the fanatical ecstasy of religious zeal into a wild-eyed and bloodthirsty executioner, who, with dripping knife, would be the first to drink her victim's red, warm blood from the little golden cup that stood upon the altar.
He divined the fanatical love of freedom in her, the deep-seated antipathy for restraint of any sort.
Martin told him that his hatred of the magazines was rabid, fanatical, and that his conduct was a thousand times more despicable than that of the youth who burned the temple of Diana at Ephesus.
Better, far better would it have been had he given in to the insistent demand of his subconscious mentor; but his almost fanatical obsession to save ammunition proved now his undoing, for while his attention was riveted upon the thing circling before him and while his ears were filled with the beating of its wings, there swooped silently out of the black night behind him another weird and ghostly shape.
We were encamped outside the city; and an attack was made on us, under cover of darkness, by the fanatical natives.
Tennyson now spent much of his time in London, on terms of friendship with many literary men, including Carlyle, who almost made an exception in his favor from his general fanatical contempt for poetry.
He seemed to be an absolute ruler over the fanatical mob, for the sight of him put a sudden stop to the clamor.
And though thou wert of the race of the hot-tempered, or of the voluptuous, or of the fanatical, or the vindictive;
He is a fanatical Tory, very stupid, very blind to anything except his beloved Primrose League.
He was in a manner devoted to it with a sort of inert fanaticism, or perhaps rather with a fanatical inertness.
The newspapers made noise enough about that fanatical, narrow-chested figure in gold-laced uniform, with a face of crumpled parchment, insipid, bespectacled eyes, and the cross of the Order of St.