There are still some remnants of Ciceronian smoothness, but these are evidently survivals.
"Here's to you wid the same," says the Pope, in the raal Ciceronian.
He does not take any credit for his own style, which indeed is anything but Ciceronian.
Of the lesser poets of the Ciceronian period little need be said.
How is it that Pellisson was the first who adopted the true Ciceronian style, in his memoir for the superintendent Fouquet?
Now, Gigi, wasn't that a Ciceronian defence that I made for you?
Without being Ciceronian, his Latin was far better than that of his contemporaries.
We had thus two epochs in our school, the Ciceronian and the Spencerian periods.
This, when it reached maturity, culminated in the affectations of the Ciceronian purists.
"Thou liest, thou art a Ciceronian," was the judge's answer.
"eloquent," a reference to Roman statesman and orator Marcus Tullius Cicero (106-43 B.C.E.); also often known as Tully in early Modern English writers; Cicero being a cognomen of the genus Tullia.