- n. Plural form of iconoclast.
“The Satanists say that they're just free-thinkin 'iconoclasts who made their site with a Mac, and they wanna tell the world about it.”
“Civic pride is strongest in New Bagdad; and the wettest weeper and the loudest howler against the iconoclasts will be the man (originally from Terre Haute) whose fond memories of the old hotel are limited to his having been kicked out from its free-lunch counter in 1873.”
“In advertising their tour, NOM referred to supporters of the freedom to marry as the "iconoclasts" who "pillage the values of our Nation.”
“In advertising their tour, NOM referred to supporters of the freedom to marry as the "iconoclasts" who”
“And like many self-conscious iconoclasts, they tend to drift in ever-more extreme directions, reveling in political incorrectness even as they leave common sense and common decency behind.”
“The fierce anti-Catholic stance of the play is mitigated by Tom Piper's sets, which open in a ruined church, with the stained-glass windows broken by violent Protestant iconoclasts and gilded images of the saints literally defaced by scratching off the paint.”
“Most of us like stories of iconoclasts and reckless adventurers, especially when they can turn a phrase and capture our imaginations with visions of exotic and distant lands.”
“I feel the more commercially successful iconoclasts in all the arts, the better.”
“Mr. Echenoz's most recent books compose what has been called his Eccentric Genius trilogy: brief biographical novels that apply his accustomed jesting and sidelong approach to the lives of oddball, real-life iconoclasts.”
“In a capitalist artworld that assimilates even the most politically revolutionary art that shows signs of being convertible to a high-yielding commodity, today's political iconoclasts can become tomorrow's blue chip investments.”
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