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belletristic

See definition of belletristic on Dictionary.com
  • as inliterary
  • as inclassical

synonyms for belletristic

  • classical
  • scholarly
  • bookish
  • erudite
  • formal
  • learned
  • lettered
  • literate
  • well-read
  • classic
  • academic
  • attic
  • bookish
  • canonical
  • humanistic
  • Latin
  • Hellenic
  • Doric
  • Greek
  • roman
  • scholastic
  • Ionic
  • Grecian
  • Augustan
  • Homeric
  • Virgilian
  • canonic
  • classicistic
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antonyms for belletristic

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  • illiterate
  • modern
  • complicated
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How to use belletristic in a sentence

In belletristic literature, also, we find occasional references to the love-sentiment in childhood.
THE SEXUAL LIFE OF THE CHILDALBERT MOLL
The belletristic and the puritanical conceptions of life presented themselves in their profoundest antithesis.
AUGUST STRINDBERG, THE SPIRIT OF REVOLTL. (LIZZY) LIND-AF-HAGEBY
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WORDS RELATED TO BELLETRISTIC

  • Augustan
  • Doric
  • Grecian
  • Greek
  • Hellenic
  • Homeric
  • Ionic
  • Latin
  • Virgilian
  • academic
  • attic
  • belletristic
  • bookish
  • canonic
  • canonical
  • classic
  • classicistic
  • humanistic
  • roman
  • scholastic
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