radical

[ rad-i-kuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF radical

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The difference too is radical; it goes to the heart of the mystery.

The influence of Westhampton is Radical, and fills the Council with a lot of outsiders.

"Yes, by that Radical miller who lives at Martover," said Marion.

For in his growth as a radical, Joe had gone beyond all arguing now.

For under all her radical talk Sue had the kindest heart in the world.

Into my reverie that night Sue burst with a dozen radical friends.

Don't get too radical, husband mine—you're so nice and funny now, my love.

In my opinion, the difficulty is far more deep-seated and radical.

She was finally jailed, and burnt up by the Radical ministry.

There is only one radical cure for venereal diseases; that is not to contract them!

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