Thesaurus / iconoclasm

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But the reason may not be connected with the iconoclasm of "Ann Veronica."

Books and PersonsArnold Bennett

Possibly also stone tombs were destroyed and desecrated, partly in a spirit of iconoclasm, and partly from the spirit of plunder.

The way of the truth-teller is not made easier by charges of iconoclasm.

Safe MarriageEttie A. Rout

"The modern thinkers," as she called them, delighted her with their liberality, their iconoclasm.

It can hardly have had the wasting fate that perhaps befell its Roman rival, and it is certain that Omar's iconoclasm is a myth.

The Reign of the ManuscriptPerry Wayland Sinks

So much of this ancient glass as survived the iconoclasm of the Commonwealth period was swept away by the Great Fire.

In all this poetry there rings out a note of almost defiant monotheism, iconoclasm and antisacerdotalism.

When men were content to die rather than refrain from iconoclasm, it was in vain to expect to check it.

The causes for, as well as the agents of, this iconoclasm, differ widely.

Stained Glass Tours in EnglandCharles Hitchcock Sherrill

One of these is a nail in my foot whereby I shall remember my iconoclasm for some time.

Old Plymouth TrailsWinthrop Packard
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