OTHER WORDS FROM neoclassicne·o·clas·si·cist, ne·o-clas·si·cist, noun
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The tale shows de Vil’s rise from scrubbing floors to rising fashion star and then, a car thief, hot-wiring a stolen neoclassic luxury car and skidding through the streets of London.Her crazy driving is a key element of Cruella de Vil’s evil. Here’s why.|Genevieve Carpio|April 2, 2021|Washington Post
The engraved decoration of intersecting lines is typical of the neoclassic style.
Neoclassic, its casa principal (main house) and chapel form an L, and fronting the L is a grove of palms.The Haciendas of Mexico|Paul Alexander Bartlett
I shall attempt no special pleading for Ogilvie here; he is and shall remain a minor neoclassic theorist.An Essay on the Lyric Poetry of the Ancients|John Ogilvie
Hence he reflected the virtues of neoclassic perspicuity and correctness.Benjamin Franklin|Frank Luther Mott