aureate


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  • adj

Synonyms for aureate

Synonyms for aureate

elaborately or excessively ornamented

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having the deep slightly brownish color of gold

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He laces his wooing with aureate images, loading every rift with ore.
And those who husbanded the Golden Grain, And those who flung it to the Winds like Rain, Alike to no such aureate Earth are turn'd As, buried once, Men want dug up again.
Aureate set a fiendish gallop but came back to the field with two furlongs to run, while McEvoy was biding his time in behind waiting for the gaps to arrive.
Moreover, the style of the language, when it is aureate, exalted, opulent, or self-consciously mannered, draws attention to itself with such force that we are made more conscious of the qualities of the language than we are of the characters speaking it.
Showalter's "personal take" is alive with her personality and aureate prose, and in her conclusion she contemplates "the current bitterness of academic fiction" and the "pettiness, intransigence and unkindness" of English department members--which will ring true for many readers (124).
The cypress, your keeper of gates, calls to mind, In an aureate dream how once Troy grew Strong, as Troy lay devoured by flames, ruined.
metallic Hudson, and in the turning aureate afternoon,
A gentler, less aureate Archangel, though still cloud-borne, points at the Holy Ghost descending as a dove.
praecious (OED) 16th century variant of precious, in 1599 quote at aureate
O: Sunflowers, in your aureate, snowing light- Half-gold,half-amethyst- Sunflowers, in your aureate, snowing light, We kissed and kissed and kissed.
While St Margaret is here recouped for women, in the next essay Helen Phillips, breathing subtle critical life into aureate and macaronic 'Marian Titles and Marian Lyrics', concludes that the lyrics' riddling technique recoups 'potential awe for a female cosmic power' on behalf of 'clerkes' (p.
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Kidwell conveys genuine enthusiasm about Sannazaro's short Latin epic on Jesus's nativity, De partu virginis, and she gives a good sample of its aureate but elegant style in accomplished English renditions.
Because some poets reveled in aureate diction, rhetoric, and bombastic repetition, many of the Marian lyrics, especially those of Lydgate, are highly affected in style and completely devoid of any genuine, personal religious feeling .
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