adverb see iconoclast

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  • iconoclastically — See iconoclastic. * * * …   Universalium

  • iconoclastically — adverb In an iconoclastic way …   Wiktionary

  • iconoclastically — icon·o·clas·ti·cal·ly …   English syllables

  • iconoclastically — i·con·o·clast (ī kŏn’ə klăst′) n. 1) One who attacks and seeks to overthrow traditional or popular ideas or institutions. 2) One who destroys sacred religious images. ╂ [French iconoclaste, from Medieval Greek eikonoklastēs, smasher of religious… …   Word Histories

  • iconoclastically — adverb see iconoclastic …   Useful english dictionary

  • iconoclast — noun Etymology: Medieval Latin iconoclastes, from Middle Greek eikonoklastēs, literally, image destroyer, from Greek eikono + klan to break more at clast Date: 1641 1. a person who destroys religious images or opposes their veneration 2. a person …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • Derivative work — L.H.O.O.Q. (1919). Derivative work by Marcel Duchamp based on the Mona Lisa (La Gioconda) by Leonardo da Vinci. Also known as The Mona Lisa With a Moustache. Often used by law professors to illustrate legal concept of derivative work. In United… …   Wikipedia

  • iconoclast — iconoclastic, adj. iconoclastically, adv. /uy kon euh klast /, n. 1. a breaker or destroyer of images, esp. those set up for religious veneration. 2. a person who attacks cherished beliefs, traditional institutions, etc., as being based on error… …   Universalium

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