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used in The Sunlight Dialogues

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a person motivated by extreme enthusiasm (as for a cause) — sometimes to a fault


extremely enthusiastic — sometimes to a fault
  • He was not simply indifferent to food, he was fanatically indifferent.
    14 — The Wilderness (51% in)
  • He knew the value of food, and, like anyone, he frequently ate too much; he took considerable pleasure in making love to his wife when he was able, once a month or so; he was never fanatic, and if he felt himself slipping into an extreme point of view he would check himself at once, relax every nerve; he had a healthy American's envy of people slightly better off than himself.
    10 — Poetry and Life (9% in)

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