OTHER WORDS FROM classicistan·ti·clas·si·cal·ist, noun, adjectivean·ti·clas·si·cist, noun, adjective
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Modern classicists are blowing up traditional notions about ancient narratives and sparking renewed interest in the mythological women whose dramas often play out in the shadows of their male counterparts.Natalie Haynes’s ‘A Thousand Ships’ brilliantly reframes the Trojan War|Carol Memmott|February 8, 2021|Washington Post
An Oxford-trained classicist, he was elected president of the Oxford Union, a post filled by several future premiers.
Shortly before his death in 1882, Charles Darwin received a letter from a physician and classicist named William Ogle.
Classicist James Romm writes that we have replaced head-to-head competition with collaboration and self-expression.The Olympics Wimps Out on Wrestling and Competition|James Romm|February 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Waiting for the Barbarians By Daniel Mendelsohn A master classicist takes on subjects from the ‘Iliad’ to ‘Avatar.’
Rent, the share of the land-owner, offered to the classicist a rather peculiar case.The Unsolved Riddle of Social Justice|Stephen Leacock
He is a sentimental Classicist, and his subjects the antithesis of the Grco-Roman ideal to which he does homage in his technique.The History of Modern Painting, Volume 1 (of 4)|Richard Muther
But though he was thus essentially a classicist, a mere classicist he was not.Matthew Arnold|G. W. E. Russell
In his study of men of science Ostwald has introduced the distinction of classicist and romanticist.
The classicist keeps to one line of thought and develops it by himself logically and completely.
British Dictionary definitions for classicist
- a student of ancient Latin and Greek
- a person who advocates the study of ancient Latin and Greek