Definition of iconoclastically in English:

iconoclastically

adverb

  • See iconoclastic

    • ‘The Reformation reacted iconoclastically to all religious imagery, with the loss of much stained glass, though heraldic windows for private houses and some churches were still produced.’
    • ‘Gray, more iconoclastically, declares the universal truth that ‘democracy and the free market are rivals, not allies’.’
    • ‘Many have come to revere him as an iconoclastically charming artist or even a sort of outsider artist, while just as many really can't stand the guy.’
    • ‘Scouse wit undercuts bombastic couplet, and the text is presented irreverently and iconoclastically.’
    • ‘I know someone who iconoclastically called their child Gingham Blueberry, and it had no ill effects whatsoever.’

Pronunciation

iconoclastically

/ˌʌɪˈklastɪk(ə)li/