iconoclastic
adjective see iconoclast

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Iconoclastic — I*con o*clas tic, a. Of or pertaining to the iconoclasts, or to image breaking. Milman …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • iconoclastic — index radical (favoring drastic change), recusant, skeptical Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • iconoclastic — iconoclástic adj. m., pl. iconoclástici; f. sg. iconoclástică, pl. iconoclástice Trimis de siveco, 09.06.2008. Sursa: Dicţionar ortografic …   Dicționar Român

  • iconoclastic — (adj.) 1640s; see ICONOCLAST (Cf. iconoclast) + IC (Cf. ic) …   Etymology dictionary

  • iconoclastic — [[t]aɪkɒ̱nəklæ̱stɪk[/t]] ADJ GRADED If you describe someone or their words or ideas as iconoclastic, you mean that they contradict established beliefs. [FORMAL] Is it utopian to hope that such iconoclastic ideas will gain ground?... His… …   English dictionary

  • iconoclastic — i|con|o|clas|tic [aıˌkɔnəˈklæstık US ˌka:n ] adj formal iconoclastic ideas, opinions, writings etc attack established beliefs and customs ▪ Wolfe s theories were revolutionary and iconoclastic. >iconoclasm [aıˈkɔnəklæzəm US ˈka: ] n [U] …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • iconoclastic — adjective iconoclastic ideas, opinions, writings etc attack established beliefs and customs: Wolfe s theories were revolutionary and iconoclastic …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • iconoclastic — adjective Characterized by attack on established beliefs or institutions; of or pertaining to iconoclasm. Many of Thomas Hardys works were considered iconoclastic in his days. Ant: iconodulic See Also: iconoclasm, iconoclast …   Wiktionary

  • iconoclastic — iconoclast ► NOUN 1) a person who attacks cherished beliefs or institutions. 2) a person who destroys images used in religious worship, especially one belonging to a movement opposing such images in the Byzantine Church during the 8th and 9th… …   English terms dictionary

  • iconoclastic — See iconoclast. * * * …   Universalium

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