"Late seventeenth century Latinity," commented Average Jones.
They generally lose their point when they lose their Latinity.
His Latinity and oratorical powers were warmly praised by Fuller, who also commends the “lofty fancy” of his verse.
Its Latinity is good, and might belong to the classical period.
Latinity came to Germans and Anglo-Saxons as a foreign culture, which was not to pertain to all mens daily living.
He had dared to differ with Fraser, a hot pedant, on some piece of Latinity.
The Latinity of Upton is considered very classical for the age in which he flourished.
"More abundant in vocabulary than elegant in Latinity," was their comment, a fault they considered marking all French Latin.
Of course, the bits of Latinity came out with a genuine scholastic ring.
But his Latinity did not soften his manners, and he was thought cruel even in that age.