How Do You Spell RADICALS?

Correct spelling for the English word "radicals" is [ɹ_ˈa_d_ɪ_k_əl_z], [ɹˈadɪkə͡lz], [ɹˈadɪkə‍lz]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of RADICALS

  1. A political party. The term arose In England, in 1818, when the popular leaders, Hunt Cartwright, and others, sought to obtain a radical reform In the representative system of parliament. Bol- ingbroke (Disc. Parties, Let. 18) employs the term in its present accepted sense: "Such a remedy might have wrought a radical cure of the evil that threatens our constitution," etc. Wharton.

Common Misspellings for RADICALS

Below is the list of 359 misspellings for the word "radicals".

Usage Examples for RADICALS

  1. Radical relationship of languages, 176. Radicals. - "Lectures on The Science of Language" by Max Müller
  2. She had, when she joined us, an assured position amongst the working- class Radicals in London and throughout the country; and through her Socialism obtained a sympathetic hearing in places where less trusted speakers would have been neglected. - "The History of the Fabian Society" by Edward R. Pease
  3. Nor was it only sentimental Radicals who painted in lurid colours the horrible houses of the people. - "The Law and the Poor" by Edward Abbott Parry
  4. It is true there are some individual members amongst the Radicals who are prepared to go a good way with the Socialists. - "Britain for the British" by Robert Blatchford
  5. How I hate that cant of yours about an Age of Work- you, and your Mortons, and your parsons Brawnley, rank radicals all of you, base materialists! - "The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith" by George Meredith