OTHER WORDS FROM AristophanesA·ris·to·phan·ic [uh-ris-tuh-fan-ik] /əˌrɪs təˈfæn ɪk/, adjective
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It is the Aristophanic method that differs so greatly from that of most modern satirists.Pot-Boilers|Clive Bell
It is now clear that Aristophanic comedy is in the history of art unique—the product of peculiar and unrepeated circumstances.Studies of the Greek Poets (Vol II of 2)|John Addington Symonds
Thus their rivalry, such as it was, was entirely without animosity, and in no way disturbed the harmony of the Aristophanic party.
There is, I fear, an infinite truth in this Aristophanic judgment applied to our modern cloud-worship.Modern Painters Vol. III.|John Ruskin
The invitation was cordially accepted, and in the meantime considerable progress had been made in the Aristophanic comedy.
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An ancient Greek dramatist, the author of such comedies as The Clouds and Lysistrata.