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adjective as in classical

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Human to human, and also human-to-idea, which is what those Grecian mortal-god pairings were really about.

If you’ve taken a peek at actress Storm Reid’s Instagram feed in the past few days, you’ve probably caught a glimpse of her basking in the Grecian sun, flicking it up in some of the chicest swimwear imaginable.

It looks like a futuristic chaise longue, and is almost Grecian in its blinding-white color.

At her Palm Springs wedding to Dina in 2012, she wore a Cymbeline dress that looked more like a Grecian slip.

Lupita Nyong'o really did look beautiful in a Grecian-style dress in a color she called “Nairobi” blue.

Reasons for my Gingrich blues No lunar dreams or Grecian cruise No credit line from Tiffany's No saintly wife, his former squeeze.

She was a singular beauty, Swedish looking and blond with an unusual profile—a very Grecian profile.

This was a vast building of classical design, resembling a Grecian temple.

The doctor came; a splendid dinner ensued; the Grecian was very brilliant.

The partiality this worthy Grecian always manifested for smoking is well known.

Enchanted with the golden period of the Grecian republic, I passed over the storms by which it had been agitated.

Nothing could be more absurd in the eyes of Grecian philosophers, than to speak of the resurrection of the body.


On this page you'll find 20 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to Grecian, such as: classic, humanistic, academic, doric, hellenic, and ionic.

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