the action or spirit of iconoclasts.
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How to use iconoclasm in a sentence
Such iconoclasm inevitably runs it course, and by the early 1980s the partners at Hipgnosis were ready for a change.
His iconoclasm extends to frank depictions of sex and sulfurous critiques of Arab governments.Elias Khoury: Profile of the Essential Arab Novelist Today | Jacob Silverman | August 3, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
For all their iconoclasm, Stewart and his sidekick-in-sanity, Stephen Colbert, calculate to honor mainstream liberal pieties.
They were informed that the idol which their ruthless iconoclasm had helped to break must be repaired.Abraham Lincoln: Was He A Christian? | John B. Remsburg
He avoided iconoclasm, left all matters of theology to the specialists, and accepted the Church as a necessary part of society.Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great - Volume 12 | Elbert Hubbard
They have as little connection with our religion as iconoclasm had with yours Like you, I love the freedom of our home.The Burgomaster's Wife, Complete | Georg Ebers
iconoclasm had now become a struggle between the emperors and the monks.History of the Intellectual Development of Europe, Volume I (of 2) | John William Draper
This iconoclasm had its time, and, one supposes, its office.Modern Society | Julia Ward Howe
British Dictionary definitions for iconoclasm
the acts or beliefs of an iconoclast
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