The Miltonic labours of Cowper were not only suspended at this time, but we lament to say never resumed.
They are, using the word in the Miltonic sense, obscene—like owls.
In style it is now Miltonic, now reminiscent of Walter Scott.
I don't know anything about the Miltonic adjective, but I am sure about Kipling.
But perhaps the best example of all is Gray, whose work is full of Miltonic reminiscence.
Clearly the elder nephew too had slipped the Miltonic restraints.
He thought of some fine Miltonic sayings to hurl at the sexton, but for the life of him he could not get them out.
Moloch says his say from the Miltonic Satan, with a slight new reading.
The Miltonic grandeur of his words was the fit expression of his thought, and raised his hearers up to his theme.
Miltonic, mil-ton′ik, adj. relating to Milton (1608-74), or to his poetry.