[ adverb ] in a radical manner


"she took a radically different approach"

Used in print

(Jaroslav Pelikan, The Shape of Death: life, death and...)

Such an interpretation of death radically alters the Christian view of creation ; for it teaches salvation from , not salvation in , time and history .

(Joyce O. Hertzler, American Social Institutions;...)

This is demonstrated especially when there is awareness of radically different value_orientation elsewhere ; for_example Americans rally to Christian values vis-a-vis those of atheistic communism .

(Brand Blanshard, "The Emotive Theory," Robert...)

To find a place for them in their theory of knowledge would require them to revise the theory radically , and yet that theory was what they regarded_as their most important discovery .

(Chester G. Starr, The Origins of Greek Civili...)

Many potters clung_to the past the more determinedly as they were confronted with radically new ideas ; the poet of the Iliad deliberately archaized .