Origin of Ciceronian
Examples from the Web for ciceronian
These early documents of studied Tuscan writing are now more precious than his formal Ciceronian imitations.Renaissance in Italy: Italian Literature|John Addington Symonds
He does not take any credit for his own style, which indeed is anything but Ciceronian.The Makers of Modern Rome|Mrs. (Margaret) Oliphant
But his theory given in the Topica applies to genuine Sokratic fencing, not to the Ciceronian alternation of set speeches.Aristotle|George Grote
This hardly indicates that it is a dictionary of Ciceronian words, with examples of their proper senses.
It is rather a long motto, but it is eminently Ciceronian in its cadence.
British Dictionary definitions for ciceronian
Word Origin and History for ciceronian
"eloquent," a reference to Roman statesman and orator Marcus Tullius Cicero (106-43 B.C.E.); also often known as Tully in early Modern English writers; Cicero being a cognomen of the genus Tullia.