with regard to origin or root.
in a complete or basic manner; thoroughly; fundamentally.
- non·rad·i·cal·ly, adverb
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How to use radically in a sentence
Kevin Roose of the New York Times pointed out that the majority of people on Facebook are witnessing a radically different narrative from the one presented to consumers of mainstream media.How an overload of riot porn is driving conflict in the streets | Bobbie Johnson | September 3, 2020 | MIT Technology Review
You have to radically love and accept yourself, and the rest will fall into place.
“If they aren’t radically reshifting the way they understand their clientele, I don’t see any real impetus for meaningful change,” she said.The Loan Company That Sued Thousands of Low-Income Latinos During the Pandemic | by Kiah Collier, Ren Larson and Perla Trevizo | August 31, 2020 | ProPublica
Innovating the business model is a skill that every company needs from time to time, but changing the model near-instantly and perhaps radically is something else.5 businesses that pivoted to new business models creatively during the pandemic | Geoffrey Colvin | August 31, 2020 | Fortune
Given today’s conditions, it’s especially important to study what happened when the S&P 500 started the cycle radically overpriced.The champ’s big comeback: Why beaten-down value stocks are poised to thrive | Shawn Tully | August 18, 2020 | Fortune
The legal jungle must be bulldozed, and replaced by radically simpler framework of goals and principles.
For Sanders to do that, he said, “he would have to embrace a radically different form of politics.”Why the Left Loves Warren, But Won’t Swoon for Sanders | David Freedlander | December 19, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
The tone of the declaration is radically different from “A few sentences.”
He would have probably done both in much the same way: with elegance and restraint, yet radically.
In the main, however, we are looking at a radically fractured discourse.
The wise doctors thought there was nothing radically wrong; but strongly recommended change of air.Elster's Folly | Mrs. Henry Wood
We do not see, however, that so far Divinity has been able to radically cure itself of the evil which is caused by men.Superstition In All Ages (1732) | Jean Meslier
It had nearly succeeded in 1848, when Europe was in flames, but Mazzini would not see how radically circumstances had changed.
But he found a numerous and powerful school, that built morality on what he believed to be radically wrong foundations.
The two men differ again radically in their influence on class relations.
British Dictionary definitions for radically
thoroughly; completely; fundamentally: to alter radically
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