iconoclastic[ ahy-kon-uh-klas-tik ]SEE DEFINITION OF iconoclastic
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ICONOCLASTIC
It might have been a church, and the militia a regiment of Cromwell's iconoclastic Puritans.
But his mother had arranged it, so in a way it was immune from his iconoclastic rage.
After Mazarin came Foucquet, the great, the iconoclastic, the unfortunate.
(the Isaurian) promulgated his iconoclastic edict in the Eastern Empire.
This crystallised the Iconoclastic elements of opposition into a party.
Its nature is iconoclastic and it may exist without ideas of reconstruction.
Negations, useful in their place, are iconoclastic—not constructive.
So iconoclastic an outburst was sure to elicit vindicators of the world's faith as it had long been held.
The great Iconoclastic reform, which arose in the East, undoubtedly received its originating impulse from the Moslems.
He died in 839 in secure possession of his see, and with his Iconoclastic belief unshaken.
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