Classical synonyms

klăs'ĭ-kəl
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Of a usable or serviceable grade or quality.
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In lieu of the name of the composer of a piece of music, whose real name is lost in the mists of time.
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Of or pertaining to classicists.
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Of a religion, church etc.: formally recognized by a state as being official within that area.
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Highly accurate or definitive; treated or worthy of treatment as a scholarly authority
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Teaching or relating to the doctrine of idealism.
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Being entirely without flaw or imperfection.
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Being of such import as to cause anxiety:
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The definition of prestigious is someone or something that is highly respected or esteemed.
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Showing imagination and skill:
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(Derogatory, music) Concerning or characteristic of classical music.
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Adhering or conforming to established standards and principles:
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Of or pertaining to humanism.
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Marked by the qualities that were characteristic of the Athenians; classical; refined.
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Of or relating to the ancient Hellenes, their language, or their history; Greek.
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(Informal) Designating or of a Greek-letter fraternity or sorority
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Resembling or relating to the epic poetry of Homer.
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Of or relating to Latin Americans
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Of or relating to the Roman Catholic Church.
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(Rhetoric) Eloquent, resembling Cicero’s style.
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Of or relating to Augustus or his reign, considered as a time of great prosperity in the Roman Empire and great refinement in Latin literature.
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Of or pertaining to Virgil (Roman writer)
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Of or relating to studies that rely on reading and involve abstract thought rather than being primarily practical or technical.
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Conforming or adhering to an established standard; proper
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Designating or of the level of language usage characterized by expanded vocabulary, complete syntactic constructions, complex sentences, etc.
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Characterized by great subtlety, precision, etc.
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The definition of restrained is someone or something that is held back, reserved or subtle.
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Containing elements in appropriate proportion.
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Restrained and simple in style; not ornate
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Of or characterized by antiquity; old-fashioned, quaint, antiquated.
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Of times long past; belonging to the early history of the world, esp. before the end of the Western Roman Empire (a.d. 476)
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Of or characteristic of Hellenists or Hellenism
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Of or pertaining to Alexandria in Egypt.
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The definition of modern is having to do with the current time.
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The definition of popular is widely liked or well known.
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Existing or lasting only a short time; short-lived or temporary:
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Characterised by minimalism and intuitiveness while preserving exactness and precision.
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Having or showing the knowledge or skill of a master.
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The definition of pure is something that is not mixed with any other elements, that is not contaminated in any way or a person who has no sins or who is wholesome.
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Of or relating to school; academic
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Of low rank or position
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Designating or of a revival of classic style and form in art, literature, etc., as in England from c. 1660 to c. 1740
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Made up of parts intricately involved; hard to untangle, solve, understand, analyze, etc.
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Of or pertaining to an archetype.
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Having the nature of, constituting, or serving as a type
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In the way of an archetype, in the way of an idealized model or most representative.
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Serving as a model, pattern, or standard of excellence
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Related as members of a substitution class
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Of or pertaining to a prototype
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Of or pertaining to a prototype; prototypical
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Constituting or representing an original type of something that others are modelled on, or derived from
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Of, relating to, or having the nature of a quintessence; being the most typical:
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Representing or serving to represent
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Having or showing the characteristics, qualities, etc. of a kind, class, or group so fully as to be a representative example
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Of the best:
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The definition of usual is something common or regularly used.
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Able to be depended on for the discharge of obligations incurred; of unimpaired credit.
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(Wrestling, chiefly _American) Describing Greco-Roman wrestling, a form of wrestling where fighters may only attack above the waist.
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(Chiefly UK) Alternative form of Greco-Roman.
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The definition of definitive is something that is settled in a final way or something that is authoritative.
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(Informal) The more serious forms of European and American music, as opposed to folk music, jazz or the many forms of popular music.
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traditional genre of music conforming to an established form and appealing to critical interest and developed musical taste
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(Physics) Not governed by the rules of Newtonian mechanics, or by the classical theory of electromagnetism.
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