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iconoclastically

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  • adv. In an iconoclastic way.

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Examples

  • This individual may be able to offer an insightful intellect and an iconoclastically beneficial approach to the never-ending challenges of the business world---but at very high price.

    Credentialism versus Signaling, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • In stadiums and campus auditoriums, the spiritual leader of the Nation of Islam finds receptive audiences for his iconoclastically conservative gospel of black self-reliance.

    Playing A Different Tune

  • In this novel, the moral weight of the narrative is solidly and iconoclastically in line with the gospel according to the Confederate States.

    Gone with the Wind

  • I play dem all day for noding! "or again, more iconoclastically still, -- when told of golden harvests to be reaped," And for vat den?

    The Bent Twig

  • The last third of the book is somewhat iconoclastically called "what do Al Gore and Mount Pinatubo have in common?"

    Epinions Recent Content for Home

  • Indeed Slim has invested in newsprint before, iconoclastically coming to the rescue of left-wing papers in Mexico City (he is a founding investor in La Jornada) and London (The Independent.)

    CounterPunch

  • Neither iconoclastically modern nor nostalgically vernacular, this haunting building is built of concrete, timber, brick tiles and bronze - and made by local craftsmen.

    The Guardian World News

  • Gordon Bressac, one of the great writing talents behind TV's iconoclastically brilliant

    LA Weekly | Complete Issue

  • Okamoto can even be said to have systematically disrupted the divisions among genres by directly and iconoclastically addressing a popular audience in films about low-level criminals (the engaging Procurer of Hell), cops and yakuza (The Last Gunfight, featuring the imposing duo of Toshiro Mifune and Koji Tsuruta), and the absurdity of war as experienced by both common soldiers (Desperado Outpost; Nikudan [The Human Bullet]) and the decision makers (Japan's Longest Day, a.k.a. The Emperor and a General).

    GreenCine Daily: Tokyo Dispatch. FILMeX.

  • The author talked freely, personally and iconoclastically about everything from the New York Yankees-he's a fan-to a discussion of President Bush. "

    Salman Says

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