Fiend and Zealot


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Fiend noun – A person with a strong and habitual liking for something.
Usage example: comic-book fiends seem to have their own little world

Zealot is a synonym for fiend in concern topic. In some cases you can use "Zealot" instead a noun "Fiend", when it comes to topics like person overenthusiastic about interest.
Nearby Word: fiendish
Synonyms for Fiend


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Zealot noun – One who is intensely or excessively devoted to a cause.
Usage example: zealots on both sides of the issue resorted to name-calling and scare tactics

Fiend is a synonym for zealot in concern topic. You can use "Fiend" instead a noun "Zealot", if it concerns topics such as enthusiast. informal substitute
Nearby Words: zealous, zealotry
Synonyms for Zealot

How words are described

violent violent fiend violent zealot
massive massive fiend massive zealot
evil evil fiend evil zealot
vicious vicious fiend vicious zealot
Other adjectives: crazed, armored.
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Zealot or Fiend. 2016. Accessed January 24, 2021.

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