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See definition of romantics on Dictionary.com
  • as invisionary
  • as inventurer
  • as inadventurer
  • as indreamer
  • as inidealist

synonyms for romantics

  • dreamer
  • idealist
  • prophet
  • romantic
  • seer
  • theorist
  • zealot
  • daydreamer
  • enthusiast
  • mystic
  • stargazer
  • utopian
  • Don Quixote
  • castle-builder
  • romancer
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antonyms for romantics

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How to use romantics in a sentence

Already to the romantics of old the mystic road to happiness was not unknown.
PROPHETS OF DISSENTOTTO HELLER
He is as unlike the Romantics as he is unlike the Parnassians.
FRDRIC MISTRALCHARLES ALFRED DOWNER
The romantics had, as Berthelot shows, appealed to life to redress the judgments drawn from mechanism.
EVOLUTION IN MODERN THOUGHTERNST HAECKEL
The banister-rail, riding bareback 'out of the night,' as the romantics love to say—But unexpected?
KILDARES OF STORMELEANOR MERCEIN KELLY
He rejected the idea of the sympathy and goodness of Nature, and was in revolt against the self-centredness of the Romantics.
SOME DIVERSIONS OF A MAN OF LETTERSEDMUND WILLIAM GOSSE
The world into which Cézanne tumbled was a world still agitated by the quarrels of Romantics and Realists.
ARTCLIVE BELL
Julian and his party were the Ultramontanes of their day in matters of religion, and the Romantics in matters of literature.
GIBBONJAMES COTTER MORISON
He is always girding and jeering at romantics and idealists because they will not put down the truth in black and white.
GEORGE BERNARD SHAWGILBERT K. CHESTERTON
Its point of view is deftly sharpened, its manner is urbane and charming, without posture or allegorical pseudo-romantics.
MODERN ESSAYSJOHN MACY
And therein the old ghost of the Romantics comes to life asserting its "claims of the ideal," as Ibsen has the phrase.
ICONOCLASTSJAMES HUNEKER
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