zealotry

IPA: zˈɛɫʌtri

noun

  • Something characteristic of a zealot; excessive zeal; fanaticism.

Examples of "zealotry" in Sentences

  • Even the zealotry might disappear.
  • It is both unrealistic and smacking of zealotry.
  • I had assumed that the zealotry was on your part.
  • Such zealotry in the pursuit of truth is most admirable.
  • I don't have the time or energy to resist such zealotry.
  • Keep religious zealotry out of Wikipedia and stick to facts.
  • But your zealotry is blurring the distinction between fact and opinion.
  • If you don't stop your zealotry the community will see that it is stopped.
  • History is full of similar examples of zealotry and censorship gone astray.
  • Hence the "zealotry" of much of what is said on issues like 'global warming.'
  • At the moment there seems to be significant zealotry in a war against vandals.
  • This aggressive new strain of right-wing religious zealotry is actually a throwback
  • But it helps explain what Mr Kirk describes as the zealotry of WorkCover's investigation.
  • With that kind of zealotry, screaming about government programs as if Medicare isn't one.
  • His zealotry is the product of an emotional residue, accumulated from observing child sacrifice earlier in his life.
  • This aggressive new strain of right-wing religious zealotry is actually a throwback to the intolerance that led to the creation of America in the first place.
  • ‘This aggres­sive new strain of right-wing reli­gious zealotry is actu­ally a throw­back to the intol­er­ance that led to the cre­ation of Amer­ica in the firstplace.’
  • Because their zealotry is so extreme, so incompatible with the practical affairs of modern society, and so violent in will and fervent belief, they must be stopped now.

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