fanaticism

Fanaticism vs Superstition - What's the difference?

fanaticism | superstition | Synonyms |

Fanaticism is a synonym of superstition.


As nouns the difference between fanaticism and superstition

is that fanaticism is the characteristic or practice of being a fanatic while superstition is superstition.

Fundamentalism vs Fanaticism - What's the difference?

fundamentalism | fanaticism |


As nouns the difference between fundamentalism and fanaticism

is that fundamentalism is (religion) the tendency to reduce a religion to its most fundamental tenets, based on strict interpretation of core texts while fanaticism is the characteristic or practice of being a fanatic.

Patriotism vs Fanaticism - What's the difference?

patriotism | fanaticism |


As nouns the difference between patriotism and fanaticism

is that patriotism is love of country; devotion to the welfare of one's compatriots; the virtues and actions of a patriot; the passion which inspires one to serve one's country while fanaticism is the characteristic or practice of being a fanatic.

Fanaticism vs Frenzy - What's the difference?

fanaticism | frenzy |


As nouns the difference between fanaticism and frenzy

is that fanaticism is the characteristic or practice of being a fanatic while frenzy is a state of wild activity or panic.

As an adjective frenzy is

(obsolete) mad; frantic.

As a verb frenzy is

(uncommon) to render frantic.

Fanaticism vs Lunacy - What's the difference?

fanaticism | lunacy |


As nouns the difference between fanaticism and lunacy

is that fanaticism is the characteristic or practice of being a fanatic while lunacy is (of a person or group of people) the state of being mad, insanity.

Adoration vs Fanaticism - What's the difference?

adoration | fanaticism |


As nouns the difference between adoration and fanaticism

is that adoration is an act of religious worship while fanaticism is the characteristic or practice of being a fanatic.

Terrorism vs Fanaticism - What's the difference?

terrorism | fanaticism |


As nouns the difference between terrorism and fanaticism

is that terrorism is the deliberate commission of an act of violence to create an emotional response through the suffering of the victims in the furtherance of a political or social agenda while fanaticism is the characteristic or practice of being a fanatic.

Faith vs Fanaticism - What's the difference?

faith | fanaticism |


As nouns the difference between faith and fanaticism

is that faith is a feeling, conviction, or belief that something is true or real, not contingent upon reason or justification while fanaticism is the characteristic or practice of being a fanatic.

As a proper noun Faith

is {{given name|female|from=English}}.

Fanaticism - What does it mean?

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Zealous vs Fanaticism - What's the difference?

zealous | fanaticism |


As an adjective zealous

is full of zeal; ardent, fervent; exhibiting enthusiasm or strong passion.

As a noun fanaticism is

the characteristic or practice of being a fanatic.

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