Definition of Radicalise

1. Verb. (alternative spelling of radicalize) ¹



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Definition of Radicalise

1. [v -ISED, -ISING, -ISES]

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Literary usage of Radicalise

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1. The Greville Memoirs: A Journal of the Reigns of King George IV., King by Charles Greville (1899)
"... corporate boroughs, for he assumes as an undoubted fact that the new councils will be Radical, and that their influence will radicalise the boroughs. ..."

2. The Greville Memoirs: A Journal of the Reigns of King George IV. and King by Charles Greville, Henry Reeve (1874)
"... corporate boroughs, for he assumes as an undoubted fact that the new councils will be Radical, and that their influence will radicalise the boroughs. ..."

3. The Greville Memoirs: A Journal of the Reigns of King George IV and King by Charles Greville (1875)
"... corporate boroughs, for he assumes as an undoubted fact that the new councils will be Radical, and that their influence will radicalise the boroughs. ..."

4. History of the Rise and Fall of the Slave Power in America by Henry Wilson (1877)
"The Senator talks of our extreme views, of our radicalise: while he accepts the abhorrent dogma, ..."

5. The Victorian Chancellors by James Beresford Atlay (1906)
"The latter was convinced that the colour of the new councils would be exclusively Radical, that their influence would radicalise the boroughs, and that, ..."

6. Whigs and Whiggism: Political Writings by Benjamin Disraeli (1914)
"The Whigs have previously carved up the old English Counties, and now they are going to radicalise the old English towns. It is their evident determination ..."

7. Memorials by Roundell Palmer Selborne (1896)
"... who may think that the return of Lord Derby to power would again radicalise the Liberal Party—he would have the just credit of his own activity, lately, ..."

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