ultraradical


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ultraradical

(ˌʌltrəˈrædɪkəl)
adj
extremely radical, esp having radical political ideas
n
someone who is extremely radical in thought or action
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All these efforts by President Trump and other ultraradical conservative judges and justices to impose their faith on Americans is contrary to our Constitution."
irregularis ultraradical and extraradical colonization (Engelmoer el al., 2014).
La reprise de la grande ville du nord de l'Irak ne marque pas pour autant la fin de la guerre contre le groupe ultraradical, responsable d'atrocites dans les zones sous son controle et d'attentats meurtriers dans le monde.
The siege of Marawi by fighters allied to IS, including some from the Middle East, has alarmed Southeast Asian nations, which fear the ultraradical group-on a back foot in Iraq and Syria-is trying to set up a stronghold in Mindanao that could threaten the region.
Wilmore (Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 1993), I: 304-22, "ultraradical" and "foreign," 309, "closed," 311; Cone, A Black Theology of Liberation, "black theology," 59-60; Cone, James, 1975, God of the Oppressed, San Francisco: HarperCollins, "all talk," 241.
MAC regularly hosts, supports and invites known ultraradical preachers --at least on two occasions, these speakers were the subject of a motion condemning their presence on Canadian soil by the Quebec National Assembly.
Summary: Syrian regime forces backed by Russian airstrikes battled Daesh (ISIS) insurgents around Palmyra Monday, trying to extend their gains after taking back control of a city whose ancient temples were dynamited by the ultraradical militants.
In the same period, the government had to confront a prolonged conflict in the field of education, where a small but hyperactive, ultraradical sector capitalized on discontent among teachers and professors with the official salary policy, encouraging a wave of strikes that interrupted classes for 21 days.
(5) The Weather Underground Bill Siegel and Sam Green's terrific documentary on the Weathermen, the ultraradical splinter faction of the Students for a Democratic Society, perfectly illustrates the truism that one man's freedom fighter is another man's terrorist.
What Weintraub has done is to add numerous hostile quotations from the ultraradical Sunday journal Reynolds's Newspaper and from a number of comic periodicals and annuals.