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radical
  1. (historical: 19th-century Britain) A member of the most progressive wing of the Liberal Party; someone favouring social reform (but generally stopping short of socialism).
  2. (historical: early 20th-century France) A member of an influential, centrist political party favouring moderate social reform, a republican constitution, and secular politics.
  3. A person with radical opinions.
  4. (arithmetic) A root (of a number or quantity).
  5. (linguistics) In logographic writing systems such as the Chinese writing system, the portion of a character (if any) that provides an indication of its meaning, as opposed to phonetic.
  6. (linguistics) In Semitic languages, any one of the set of consonants (typically three) that make up a root.
  7. (chemistry) A group of atoms, joined by covalent bonds, that take part in reactions as a single unit.
  8. (organic chemistry) A free radical.
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  10. Examples:
    1. “I try to be a radical in political and social ways, but I'm a terrible conservative when it comes to technology.”
radication
  1. The process of taking root, or state of being rooted.
  2. (botany) The disposition of the roots of a plant.
  3. (arithmetic, rare) The process of extracting a number's root.
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  5. Examples:
    1. “Although these challenges are formidable, the authors concluded that with long-term commitment and sustained effort, malaria radication could be achieved.”
radicality
  1. The quality of being radical; radicalness.
  2. (obsolete) Germinal principle; source; origination.
  3. (obsolete) Radicalness; relation to root in essential nature or principle.
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    1. “However, the radicality of political praxis and the radicality of Theory might not be of the same order.”
      “He painstakingly analyzes the radicality of moral conflict, which cannot be masked by resort to facile monisms.”
radicalism
  1. Any of various radical social or political movements that aim at fundamental change in the structure of society
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    1. “This unexpected resurgence of popular radicalism set the scene for the century of upheaval that would follow.”
      “It should be clear that the best antidote to radicalism and terror is the tolerance and hope kindled in free societies.”
      “He studied History at the City College of New York, then a hotbed of Left-wing radicalism.”
radicalisation
  1. Alternative spelling of radicalization
  2. Examples:
    1. “We can begin to move from political radicalisation towards the industrial radicalisation that is just beginning.”
      “So far the political radicalisation has pulled the trade union movement along in its wake.”
      “There was a grand coalition in Germany in the late 1960s, which was also a time of growing radicalisation.”
radicalness
  1. the state or the quality of being radical.
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    1. “The problem wasn't with their radicalness but their absurd level of self-importance.”
      “Even without the extravagant claims as to its radicalness, this book is solid scholarship and is well worth reading by South Asianists and environmental historians alike.”
      “The radicalness is partly a stage prop, for science, as an experimental undertaking, cannot be radical or conservative but only faithful to the facts.”
radicalization
  1. the process of radicalizing
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    1. “In every religion or ideology radicalization of sacred texts has long existed.”
      “It was a part of a general post-war radicalization of the international working class.”
      “The late 1920s and the depression years witnessed a steady radicalization of his views and a rapid expansion in his political involvement.”
radicalizer
  1. One who radicalizes.
radicalisations
  1. plural of radicalisation
radicalizations
radicalizers
  1. plural of radicalizer
radicalisms
  1. plural of radicalism
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    1. “This is what happened in the sixties and early seventies, making radical feminism, and radicalisms of other varieties, possible.”
      “Buell discusses these matters passim, particularly in his two best chapters, one on Self-Reliance and another on Religious Radicalisms.”
radications
radicalities
radicals
  1. plural of radical
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    1. “Like most great radicals he was essentially a loner with a gift of the gab and rage in his heart.”
      “The lipid hydroperoxide thus formed will decompose into alkoxy radicals, aldehydes, alkenes, epoxides and alcohols.”
      “These radicals despise the West for what they consider the immorality, depravity, and dissoluteness of its mass culture.”
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