But I shouldn't have thought you had arrived at the wordsworthian stage yet—eh!
Does anybody—not being a wordsworthian and therefore out of reach of reason—doubt that Wordsworth's arrogance was inhuman?
His landscapes have in this way a wordsworthian directness, simplicity, and severity.
The style was frequently detestable—a mixture of sham Spenserian and mock wordsworthian, alternately florid and arid.
And the wordsworthian is delighted, and thinks that here is a sweet union of philosophy and poetry.
This seems ungracious, but Mr. Shairp has himself to blame; so good a wordsworthian was out of character upon that stage.
His approach to its wonders is wordsworthian in its deep and awe-struck reverence and its fundamental sincerity.
This was far removed from that passionate spiritual contemplation of nature of the wordsworthian mood.
Here lives our gentleman the greater portion of the year; lives aspiringly according to his wordsworthian creed.
She had a genuine enjoyment of nature, though after a sensuous, Keats-like fashion, not a wordsworthian.