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Old friends who never seemed to care about politics now seem ready to rain blows on those who disagree with their radical views.

We asked them to lay out the steps for this radical classroom transformation.

An idea born in a Swiss patent office that evolved into a mature theory in Berlin set forth a radical new picture of the cosmos, rooted in a new, deeper understanding of gravity.

The anxiety and loss of community some Q believers may feel can make them more vulnerable to believing radical ideas.

Developing radical new technology is inherently risky, but that doesn’t make breaking this news any easier.

But Brooke was out of step with the New Left and its notion of radical chic.

Too moderate and the more radical groups call you a snitch, jeopardizing your standing and authority at demonstrations.

He has become the most radical pope in modern memory for his economic populism.

He branded it a fifth-column invasion into popular culture, normalizing radical, even communist ambitions.

Two hostages are dead and 15 others free after an Islamic radical took them hostage before police killed him.

This letter indirectly points out two long-standing radical errors in engineering phraseology.

Decandolle's observations regarding the radical excretions of plants have not been confirmed by subsequent observers.

But if this reincarnation was quite ordinary in its process, it was the more radical and decisive.

There are two radical differences between Humanism and Christianity.

If the Collier were a Radical, how coal-black the portraits would come out!


On this page you'll find 184 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to radical, such as: profound, basal, bottom, cardinal, constitutional, and essential.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.