Examples of romanticism in a Sentence
Try not to discourage the romanticism of college students.
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The movie's dreamy romanticism and generous comedy reminded me of Alan Rudolph's work (Trouble in Mind, Choose Me, Love at Large), which is high praise.
In Schumann’s Second Symphony, which shared the bill with the Penderecki and the Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto, Muti brought out the lyrical abundance and ardent romanticism so characteristic of the composer.
Rather than embrace the offbeat individuality or sweeping romanticism of other cities, showgoers seemed laser-focused on what’s hot right now—the boxy Balenciaga jackets and floral prints, a dozen takes on the corset.
In the world of Mr. Garrel, whose whole work can be seen as an inquiry into the nature of love, romanticism is crushed, slowly and inexorably, yet refuses to die fully.
The romanticism of the city also provides a vivid backdrop for fall’s most daring looks.
Most sad stories of love in our culture express disappointed romanticism.
At Sonia Rykiel, artistic director Julie de Libran was inspired by pieces from her grandmother’s wardrobe dating back to the ’70s, when the flower power generation rediscovered Victorian romanticism.
In my view, the group’s romanticism toward the Cuban, Vietnamese, and Chinese revolutions – and its infatuation with the paramilitary Black Panther party – flooded out its common sense and intellectual integrity. 5.
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