[ US /ˌaɪˈkɑnəˌkɫæst/ ]
[ UK /ˈa‍ɪkənˌɒklɑːst/ ]
  1. a destroyer of images used in religious worship
  2. someone who attacks cherished ideas or traditional institutions
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How To Use iconoclast In A Sentence

  • In recognition of this iconoclast, pioneer, perfectionist and undisputed king of the tailored suit, we present five things you didn't know about Armani -- the man and the empire.
  • More and more, African-American iconoclasts reject victimology and embrace American possibility.
  • Casting him as the corrupt and vicious Cuban police captain known as the Red Vulture struck me as inspired until I remembered how often Kovacs the absurdist, iconoclastic comedian appeared in movies playing establishmentarian authority figures straight. For todays active man
  • Privatisation currently looms in the background as an iconoclastic aspiration always viewed with rose-coloured spectacles and about which many people speak but very few objectively map out.
  • Black it certainly is; funny it certainly is, but, in reality, it is more of a symposium of anarchic, iconoclastic humour than a comedy in the pure sense of the word.
  • It involves crossing the line that divides political radicalism from iconoclastic mania. IN DEFENCE OF ARISTOCRACY
  • It is unlikely, given Rukenau's iconoclastic belief, that Simeon was buried in hallowed ground. SACRAMENT
  • In this respect, iconoclast though he is, he is rather with the Buddha and the Christ than with the modern antinomians. Visions and Revisions A Book of Literary Devotions
  • While Luther was still hidden in the Wartburg, the first iconoclastic rioters entered his own church in Wittenberg in January 1522 to tear down and destroy the paintings, statues and above all, the crucifixes.
  • His plays were fairly iconoclastic in their day.
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