classicist[ klas-uh-sist ]SEE DEFINITION OF classicist
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She eschewed the Classicist writers as though they had never existed.
He was a classicist who caught the new vision and sought to compromise.
If you become an engineer, you will not condemn the classicist as useless.
Stendhal has written that a classicist is a dead romanticist.
Let the classicist determine which interpretation is the right one.
Yes, decidedly, he was no classicist in music; he was a thoroughgoing transcendentalist.
But though he was thus essentially a classicist, a mere classicist he was not.
There the Classicist was the artistic aristocrat because the Calvinist was the spiritual aristocrat.
In the two operations which the human mind performs, the classicist is more successful in the second than in the first.
The chief poets of this classicist group were S de Miranda and Ferreira.