Radicalness

Word RADICALNESS
Character 11
Hyphenation rad i cal ness
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The word "radicalness" in example sentences

Not only is her life in danger, but her co-called radicalness then threatens the life of her family and the very existence of the show. ❋ Unknown (2009)

and the urge to watch The Wedding Singer to relive all the 'radicalness' of the 80's ❋ BikeSnobNYC (2009)

In fact, if Roosvelt were to have proposed that the Federal Gov't of the Reagan era (say 1985) be ported into 1930 the radicalness of such a change would have made him look like Lenin. ❋ Unknown (2009)

There is an interesting article in the Guardian, which highlights the lack of radicalness in the Tories and Labour proposals of banking reform. ❋ Unknown (2009)

By sitting in that congregation, he supported the radicalness of that message – is that system of belief what we want our President to have? ❋ Unknown (2008)

But once he's in now, there's a lot of radicalness to what he's trying to achieve, and that doesn't fly with middle America. ❋ Unknown (2009)

In the entire biblical epic of Israel, only Abraham approaches this radicalness, but then he had a call from God (Gen, 12: 1 – 3) and also a wife. ❋ Unknown (2009)

Clinton may not win either, but if Obama can't beat Clinton in the Democratic primaries with all their leaning towards left-wing radicalness (at least compared with the country as a whole), then he has no hope in the general election, no matter how many idiotic Zogby polls one cites. ❋ Unknown (2009)

They talked vaginas, more vaginas, the radicalness of mommyblogging from a dad's perspective, the reasons why the road more medicated is sometimes the road best travelled, corpses in bathrooms, team building and swallowing cameras, how to be almost sort-of always sometimes Canadian, and - because it wouldn't be a well-rounded week of guest posts if it didn't come full circle back to genitalia - balls and porn. ❋ Unknown (2008)

While Heidegger's project of the history of being is worthwhile, his insights into the modes of nature's coming forth valuable, the radicalness of his vocabulary at times entails philosophical loss; in our case the marginalizing of the sensuous-perceptual character of art, now re-framed as poeticizing earth, contributing to the leveling of distinctions in media music is heard, a painting is seen, where these respective perceptual fields are incommensurable. ❋ Enowning (2007)

I have to assume that they intend for the innocuous statement to hide the radicalness of the second statement, but it is radical. ❋ Unknown (2006)

I've been slowly making my way down the list, and finding some damn impressive insights, like this one from Kathy Acker:I think that sometimes the word 'experimental' has been used to hide the political radicalness of some writers. ❋ Jlundberg (2005)

This lead him in almost all his popular works to overstate the claims of his opponents, and to overstate the implications and the radicalness of his own views. ❋ Unknown (2005)

But the other thing is, they perceive a radicalness about McCain's campaign. ❋ Unknown (2000)

Its most obvious qualities are the youthfulness and the political and social radicalness of its membership. ❋ MARY DALY (1968)

The boldness of the man and the radicalness of his philosophy dazzled and fascinated the inexperienced youth. ❋ Charles Frederic Goss (N/A)

So that freedom and radicalness in the character of Abraham Lincoln were not separate qualities, but the necessary results of his simplicity and childlikeness and truth. ❋ Various (1921)

I had, a year before in Paris, outlined those plans to some of the brightest financial minds of Europe, and while they had marvelled at their radicalness, they had pronounced them sound, and had offered to furnish the hundred million of dollars required for their execution. ❋ Thomas William Lawson (1891)

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