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: of or relating to a new or revived romanticism especially in art or literature
neoromantic is a term that may most accurately be applied to those writers of recent years who have shown marked allegiance to the principles of Wordsworth, Coleridge, and Shelley or who have in a distinctive way exemplified romantic modes of mind and practiceC. D. Thorpe & N. E. Nelson
the unhampered imaginative and emotional conception of the art of painting that distinguishes what is best in British art at this moment and may be qualified, for reasons of convenience, as neoromanticRobin Ironside


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: an advocate or follower of neoromanticism

Word History



ne- + romantic

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“Neoromantic.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 18 Apr. 2024.

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