radical

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  • He always said it three times more, and he was always more radical.
  • He also declared he was proud of his radical left-wing political past.
  • The character of the Thing received a radical make-over for the series.
  • Other free radicals produced within the body are now understood to be more important.
  • The radicals took control of the city for only a short period of time.
  • His action won popular support, as did his appointment of a radical ministry.
  • In his early youth he was a conservative and later a radical left-wing liberal.
  • To young radicals across the country it seemed as if the revolution had come.
  • However, he became more and more disturbed as it became more and more radical.
  • Some believe the fair trade system is not radical enough.
  • Ridge did not join any political party, but was active in radical causes.
  • This was a radical choice, since, at the time, few women could support themselves by writing.
  • Many were seen as radical or as ahead of their time in their social criticism.
  • At this time he also became deeply involved in radical left wing and republican politics.
  • The activities of the radicals at the convention did bring them some national press.
  • Conservative groups wanted to use this to prevent any radicals from coming to power.
  • At least some list participants were more radical on these issues than almost anyone else.
  • Along with political change came radical change in Spanish society.
  • They were now in a much stronger position to demand changes that were ever more radical.
  • Many students went to the Netherlands for studies and some returned with radical left-wing ideas.
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Meaning of radical

  • noun A person who has radical ideas or opinions
  • noun (mathematics) a quantity expressed as the root of another quantity
  • noun A character conveying the lexical meaning of a logogram
  • adjective Of or relating to or constituting a linguistic root
    a radical verb form
  • adjective Especially of leaves; located at the base of a plant or stem; especially arising directly from the root or rootstock or a root-like stem
    basal placentation, radical leaves