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Miltonic

[ mil-ton-ik ]
/ mɪlˈtɒn ɪk /
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adjective

of or relating to the poet Milton or his writings.
resembling Milton's majestic style.

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Also Mil·to·ni·an [mil-toh-nee-uhn]. /mɪlˈtoʊ ni ən/.

Origin of Miltonic

First recorded in 1700–10; Milton + -ic

OTHER WORDS FROM Miltonic

pseu·do-Mil·ton·ic, adjective
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Miltonic

Miltonian (mɪlˈtəʊnɪən)

/ (mɪlˈtɒnɪk) /

adjective

characteristic of or resembling Milton's literary style, esp in being sublime and majestic
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