euphuistic[ yoo-fyoo-iz-uh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF euphuistic
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It might just as well be said that Shakespeare's lords and ladies were not euphuistic enough.
Men of letters admired the euphuistic phrases and despised their author.
Find examples of Euphuistic hyperbole in iv, of alliteration in xiv.
But his language has certainly the merit of doing more justice to his subject than that of his euphuistic predecessors.
She was the social leader of Morningside Park, and in her superficial and euphuistic way an extremely kind and pleasant woman.
They are known at a later period to have acted some of Lily's Euphuistic plays, and one of Middleton's.
The book has given a word to the language; that affected word-placing style is known as euphuistic.
Here the pompous antithesis is evidently meant to caricature the peculiar Euphuistic sentence of court parlance.
They were careful by choosing appropriate titles for their novels to publicly connect themselves with the euphuistic cycle.
He is euphuistic in his style, wise in his advice to his readers, and a great admirer of his own country.
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