iconoclast

[ ahy-kon-uh-klast ]SEE DEFINITION OF iconoclast

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I am an iconoclast and have broken my god and cannot put together the pieces.

I would like to say that I have no fear of the odium of the designation of iconoclast.

There is no iconoclast in the world like an extreme Mohammedan.

There was nothing of the revolutionary or the iconoclast about him.

Oliver Cromwell wasn't as moral as Anabel is—nor such an iconoclast.

I was ordered to answer it; and opposed the Iconoclast to his Icon.

The iconoclast that is in the heart of this poet is rampant.

This gentle remonstrance only made the Iconoclast more furious.

Her husband had been Iconoclast, and he scourged those who would not receive his edict.

If one would act the part of iconoclast the question is, By what right?

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