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