radicalism

Part of speech: adverb

Radically.

Part of speech: noun

Radicalness.

Part of speech: noun

The state or character of being radical or a radical.

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Usage examples "radicalism":

  1. Men who are totally at variance ought not to be friends, and if Radical and Tory are not totally but merely superficially at variance, so much the worse for their Radicalism and Toryism. - "Men in the Making", Ambrose Shepherd.
  2. What consideration, think you, other than the weal of his house, could induce Lord Randolph to take on himself the shame- for as such he certainly regards it- of a conversion to radicalism? - "Prince Zaleski", M.P. Shiel.
  3. Prosperity is always a sure cure for radicalism. - "Class of '29", Orrie Lashin and Milo Hastings.