adjective, noun Chiefly British.
Definition for graeco-roman (2 of 2)
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Back of him was the double tradition of learning, the Irish and the Graeco-Roman.The Mediaeval Mind (Volume I of II)|Henry Osborn Taylor
The face of this juvenile was that of a Graeco-Roman satyr to the furthest degree of completeness.The Hand of Ethelberta|Thomas Hardy
He had to sue two Graeco-Roman wrestlers for board and attach their box-office receipts.In Madeira Place|Heman White Chaplin
The artistic decadence of the past which is most familiar to us is that of the later Graeco-Roman art.
So far as we know, there were no rebels of that kind in the art of the Graeco-Roman world.