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Synonyms for classical


Synonyms for classical

characterized by enduring excellence, appeal, and importance

Synonyms for classical

traditional genre of music conforming to an established form and appealing to critical interest and developed musical taste

of or relating to the most highly developed stage of an earlier civilisation and its culture


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of recognized authority or excellence

(language) having the form used by ancient standard authors

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of or pertaining to or characteristic of the ancient Greek and Roman cultures

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Its classicality has been compromised (albeit in a very minimal way) by the influence of the delocalized star even though the star and the block are widely separated and the net mass and energy transferred by the photons is typically miniscule.
The 28-year-old jockey was yesterday waiting to be moved to a private hospital in Gloucester for surgery having suffered the injury in an incident when partnering the Michael Mullineaux-trained Classicality in the Sally Parker's Birthday Celebration Novices' Hurdle.
of Southern Queensland, Australia) considers the esoteric tradition of music composition that emerged from Ferruccio Busoni's concept of Junge Klassizitat, or Young Classicality, and how it is illustrated in the operas Doktor Faust by Busoni and The Golem by Larry Sitsky.
Hazlitt saw the classicality of the poem in sculptural terms, as breathing the spirit of the finest antique statuary.
That criticism deepened and spread when Busoni refused to support composers - particularly German composers - whose works failed to conform to his concept of Junge Klassizitat or, as Levitz translates the term, "New Classicality.