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Definition of "radicalised" [radicalised]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of radicalise. (verb)

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Use "radicalised" in a sentence
  • "If other countries in the middle east become more radicalised, which is likely as democracy gains traction, will Israel then be faced with several Irans and or Syrias surrounding it."
  • "The BBC of course would prefer to downplay these attacks by "radicalised" Muslims and others on British Jews whilst continuing to warn of the dangers of a "backlash against Muslims"."
  • "Now, I'm no fan of parents instilling racial intolerance in their kids, but if "All Christians are bad" is the gold standard for telling whether a kid is being "radicalised," then I quake for all the Jewish kids I grew up with hearing things like "A shikker is a goy" (gentiles are drunks)."