1. Noun.  One who destroys religious images or icons, especially an opponent of the Orthodox Church in the 8th and 9th centuries, or a Puritan during the European Reformation.
  2. Noun.  One who opposes orthodoxy and religion; one who adheres to the doctrine of iconoclasm.
  3. Noun.  One who attacks cherished beliefs.

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