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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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adj.- Of, relating to, or constituting a revival or adaptation of the ancient Greek and Roman world and especially to its literature, art, architecture, or ideals.

Usage examples (7)
  • The freshwater market's viewpoint rests strongly on the efficient markets hypothesis, or EMH, as propounded by the University of Chicago's Eugene Fama in the 1970s and later...
  • Despite Burns's insistence that he hasn't bought into any particular view of jazz history, his film leans strongly to the neoclassicist analyses of Murray, Crouch and...
  • Jicky is one of the great neoclassicist, romanticist works of olfactory art of the late
  • Drumming, Reich's landmark piece from 1971, is as much a study of impressive African percussion techniques as it is a mesmerizing, neoclassicist composition. for more
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