Related formsne·o·clas·si·cist, ne·o-clas·si·cist, noun
Examples from the Web for neoclassical
Not one person could be seen on Independence Avenue, where rows of bland neoclassical federal buildings have been shuttered.Hurricane Sandy Turns Washington, D.C., Into a Ghost Town|Lauren Ashburn|October 30, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The metaphor that America is like a garden is not a gimmick, but powerful refutation of neoclassical economics.
This translation of Milton into Latin is more than a freak of the neoclassical mind.The Preface to the Aeneis of Virgil (1718)|Joseph Trapp
This scholarly work shows the great influence in America of neoclassical authors.Benjamin Franklin|Frank Luther Mott