And Little Edie is an iconoclastic character, one that is especially apropos to be revisiting in a time of recession.
iconoclastic individuals are our heroes, and big, bad institutions—monarchies, patriarchies, churches—are the villains.
He could afford to be iconoclastic, largely unburdened by the demands of ideology as he experimented with policy solutions.
They had been in Padua, Verona, and Bologna, and all three had become frightfully modern and iconoclastic.
It might have been a church, and the militia a regiment of Cromwell's iconoclastic Puritans.
iconoclastic edicts by Leo the Isaurian, against the worship of images, causes tumult and insurrection in Constantinople.
After Mazarin came Foucquet, the great, the iconoclastic, the unfortunate.
From much that is iconoclastic and destructive in their ideal we may turn away unconvinced.
Its nature is iconoclastic and it may exist without ideas of reconstruction.
The "Age of Reason" has long been both exaggerated and despised as an iconoclastic work.