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use "fancied" in a sentence

His English teacher gave him the lead role in a school play, which he accepted because the girl he fancied would be starring.

Highly fancied Robert Thornton took on twenty-fifth seed wayne Jones in the next match.

I fancied him, Everyone Did".

Aaron began
persecutions, infringement of the liberty of conscience, inquisitions, violence of every sort.

He also singled out the "fanaticism" of the Republican Party.

And he is not entirely wrong when he refers to terrorist fanaticism and the lack of freedom in countries where Islam is professed.

In one of his prints, William Hogarth likewise attacked Methodists as "enthusiasts" full of "Credulity, Superstition and fanaticism."

They are known to hunt mutants and heretics to the point of fanaticism (part of the redemptionist influence) which bring them into conflict with gangs who would utilize them.

however, criticism of the revival began, and many New Englanders feared that Edwards had led his flock into fanaticism.

His 'fanaticism' towards environmental projects had also made him disregard and often alienated him and from other arising opportunities.

Spicer concentrated on the theory of religious fanaticism.

A flamboyant mix of Burgundian fun, beer, fanaticism and love for the club ensures that during home matches the atmosphere in the stadium is intimidating.

Orieux p.351 Just as Voltaire had been involved in fighting to clear the name of the innocent family he also used this theme in the Philosophical Dictionary to fight against the fanaticism of the Catholic Church.

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