rococo

[ ruh-koh-koh, roh-kuh-koh ]SEE DEFINITION OF rococo

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Helen and I are economising; so the other evening we dined at the Rococo.

So we cleaned and adorned ourselves and groped our way to the Rococo.

In this, as in Hamlet, there are the rococo excrescences—yourselves, let us say.

The stitch illustrated in fig. 87 is known as rococo stitch.

In France the preference was for rococo and 191Mansard forms.

The prototype of the German salon naturally was the salon of the rococo period.

They are of mahogany and have the rococo ornaments peculiar to this style.

Most of its buildings are old, reflecting the rococo architecture of an earlier day.

But Chaplin had likewise the other qualities of the rococo painter.

Variations on a Rococo Theme, for violoncello and orchestra.

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