Rhubarb Roulade This powdered sugar-dusted pink-and-white pinwheel is a classically beautiful Gourmet dessert.
Much like the Taj Mahal, Revel opened in classically gaudy Atlantic City style in April 2012—with a sunrise Champagne toast.
What did he, a classically trained actor and bibliophile, really see in her?
classically, by turning on/off several genetic switches, scientists can revert cells to a less specialized stage.
What they settled on is splitting the difference, a classically Obama-esque compromise in government.
His music is classically firm, classically precise and knit.
(which I have always thought would look much better if worked in the pattern of a carpet): the classically canopied bed!
But you can't learn that with bow-legs; it's got to be studied on classically shaped people.
Victoria's nose was classically straight, without the irregularity that gave Callista's features an almost Indian cast.
Wills are classically written by a flourish of the pen, and classical banqueters never pretend to eat.
[I]n general, as now used, the term classical includes the composers active in instrumental music from somewhere about 1700 to say 1830. Hence the list includes among the great names those of Bach, his sons, Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Clementi, Dussek, Pleyel, Cramer, etc. The next step beyond the term classical is "modern romantic," the composers of which school may be taken to include all the writers for pianoforte from about 1829 (when Mendelssohn published the first "Songs without Words") down to the present. The term romantic in this sense means strongly marked, extraordinary, intending to tell stories and the like. ["Music, Its Ideals and Methods," W.S.B. Mathews, 1897]But already by 1880s it was acknowledged the term had a double sense: Music that had withstood the test of time, as well as music of a style contrasted to "romantic." Later (early 20c.) it was contrasted to jazz (in this sense more often with reference to the orchestras than to the music itself). Still later in contrast to popular music generally (mid-20c.).