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- adj. Common misspelling of iconoclastic.
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That is from the iconclastic Seth Roberts, formerly a professor of psychology at Berkeley who now teaches at in Beijing at Tsinghua University.
Assuredly, especially given the opportunity to mention the iconclastic moment of the discovery of Greg Norman as a pile of unpleasant goo.
It seems highly improbable that so ferociously iconclastic a writer should achieve any level of literary respectability.
At the moment nothing except register our outrage, CBS caved in to pressure from the right over their miniseries about Ronald Reagan, but for the moment Disney-ABC is standing a lonely iconclastic watch against political correctness, blah blah blaaah!
Her chocolate Christmas pudding was an iconclastic treat.
IMHO the decline (collapse is too strong) in middlebrow culture coincides with a combination of the iconclastic style of rock and roll and the switch of the mainstream left from being pro-science to anti-human-progress.
One of my favorite Globies, iconclastic freethinker Alex Beam, has a book out and a signing upcoming in Cambridge. "