Ever a non-conformist to the point of being termed an iconoclast in thought and approach, he was distinctly different and differently distinctive.
In his last words on Sadat, the author describes him as ‘a visionary, an iconoclast , a maverick, and a gambler’.
Alienated from his children and deserted by old friends during this banishment, Sakharov took comfort in the company of a fellow exile, Elena Bonner, an iconoclast and rebel no less difficult than Sakharov himself.
Although the family returned to England in 1933 (after a brief spell in Burma), Spike retained the sensibility of an outsider, an iconoclast and a rebel.
Gray, more iconoclastically , declares the universal truth that ‘democracy and the free market are rivals, not allies’.
Musicians, designers, aspiring actors and other would-be iconoclasts have settled the area, as have young professionals opting for a less-structured lifestyle.
Two of the boldest American iconoclasts were film-maker John Ford and classical composer Aaron Copland.
Scouse wit undercuts bombastic couplet, and the text is presented irreverently and iconoclastically .
There are politicians who do not follow these currents, and journalists too, but they tend to be iconoclasts , rebels, not the leaders of opinion.
More and more, African-American iconoclasts reject victimology and embrace American possibility.