baroque

[ buh-rohk; French ba-rawk ]SEE DEFINITION OF baroque

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An early letter from Rome had a good deal to say about the Baroque.

The architecture is Gothic, with many traces of Baroque and Mudjar art.

The body is constructed of a baroque pearl; the tail terminates in a point.

The church is gray limestone, like the residence, with a baroque faade.

True, the beauty of baroque had not been discovered in his day.

Only it isn't Moorish; it's Baroque—and a very good example.

There is hardly an Italian city that would not be poorer for the absence of the Baroque.

The church was, however, remodelled in 1676, and the interior is baroque.

In phrases of baroque convolution, he conveyed the message of his heart.

The Baroque design would depend for its good or bad quality entirely upon the delicacy and skill with which the carving was done.

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