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Origin of iconoclast
OTHER WORDS FROM iconoclasti·con·o·clas·tic, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for iconoclast
Concerned and kind, he was also the ultimate risk taker, an iconoclast with an edgy, hard charging quality about him.
A good many pulsating Dulcineas who didn't know what "Iconoclast" meant, regarded him as an awful Iconoclast.Ade's Fables|George Ade
The iconoclast both of the revolutionary and of the Napoleonic legends chills alike the heart of the worshippers at either shrine.Political and Literary essays, 1908-1913|Evelyn Baring
Savonarola has sometimes been described as an iconoclast, obstinately hostile to the fine arts.Renaissance in Italy Vol. 3|John Addington Symonds
British Dictionary definitions for iconoclast
- a destroyer of religious images or sacred objects
- an adherent of the heretical movement within the Greek Orthodox Church from 725 to 842 ad, which aimed at the destruction of icons and religious images