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Of or pertaining to Romance
Of or pertaining to Romanticism
A person with romantic character
Concerned with, or conducive to, romance and love

Their kiss started casually, but it slowly turned romantic.

A person who is behaving romantically

Oh, flowers! You're such a romantic.

Idealistic yet impractical

Mary sighed, knowing her ideals were far too romantic to work in reality.

Passionate and imaginative rather than structured
{a} wild, irregular, improbable, false
{i} fanciful or imaginative person; one who is preoccupied with love and passion; follower of the Romantic style in literature and art
A fictional mode in which the chief characters live in a I world of marvels (naive romance), or in which the mood is elegiac or idyllic and hence less subject to social criticism than in the mimetic modes The general tendency to present myth and metaphor in an idealized human form, midway between undisplaced myth and "realism "
a soulful or amorous idealist
Someone who is romantic or does romantic things says and does things that make their wife, husband, girlfriend, or boyfriend feel special and loved. When we're together, all he talks about is business. I wish he were more romantic
Of or pertaining to the style of the Christian and popular literature of the Middle Ages, as opposed to the classical antique; of the nature of, or appropriate to, that style; as, the romantic school of poets
One of the classical style periods, lasting from about 1815 to 1900
a period of music, art, and literature (mostly the 1800's and beginning of the 1900's) that's often characterized by the unabashed expression of emotion
musical period from early 19th century to early 20th century; more towards imaginative, idiosyncratic works
Entertaining ideas and expectations suited to a romance; as, a romantic person; a romantic mind
a philistine who never gets old; he is a mover of progress Tousled hair, goggled eyes and other consequences of a high speed life are just stereotypes
Of or pertaining to romance; involving or resembling romance; hence, fanciful; marvelous; extravagant; unreal; as, a romantic tale; a romantic notion; a romantic undertaking
{s} having a loving or passionate quality; fanciful, imaginary, impractical
Romantic means connected with sexual love. He was not interested in a romantic relationship with Ingrid. + romantically ro·man·ti·cal·ly We are not romantically involved
a soulful or amorous idealist belonging to or characteristic of romanticism or the Romantic movement in the arts; "romantic poetry
belonging to or characteristic of romanticism or the Romantic movement in the arts; "romantic poetry"
not sensible about practical matters; unrealistic; "as quixotic as a restoration of medieval knighthood"; "a romantic disregard for money"; "a wild-eyed dream of a world state"
Romantic means connected with the artistic movement of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries which was concerned with the expression of the individual's feelings and emotions. the poems and prose of the English romantic poets
disapproval If you say that someone has a romantic view or idea of something, you are critical of them because their view of it is unrealistic and they think that thing is better or more exciting than it really is. He has a romantic view of rural society A romantic is a person who has romantic views. You're a hopeless romantic. realist
expressive of or exciting sexual love or romance; "her amatory affairs"; "amorous glances"; "a romantic adventure"; "a romantic moonlight ride"
an artist of the romantic period or someone influenced by romanticism
A romantic play, film, or story describes or represents a love affair. It is a lovely romantic comedy, well worth seeing. romantic novels
Characterized by strangeness or variety; suggestive of adventure; suited to romance; wild; picturesque; applied to scenery; as, a romantic landscape
the period of music between the early to mid 1800's and the early 1900's
the European tendency, in the art, music and literature of the early 19th century, to dramatize and exalt human emotion and to idealize nature
Something that is romantic is beautiful in a way that strongly affects your feelings. Seacliff House is one of the most romantic ruins in Scotland. + romantically ro·man·ti·cal·ly the romantically named, but very muddy, Cave of the Wild Horses
Romantic period
the musical period of time following the Classical period falling between about 1830 and the start of the twentieth century
romantic friendship
An intensely emotional love relationship between two unrelated people, in which sexuality is unimportant and typically absent, but there is greater physical affection or poetic communication than is typical for friendship
Romantic Movement
a group of writers, artists etc. in English and Euorpean literature, art, and music, who followed their feelings and emotions rather than logical thought or reason, and who preferred wild, natural beauty to things made by people. It first became popular in the late 18th century
Romantic movement
18th-19th century movement in literature and the fine arts stressing personal emotion and freedom from rules of form
romantic adventure
adventure undertaken for romance
romantic connection
romantic relationship, passionate connection
New Romantic
A person involved in the New Romanticism movement
A romaunt
in a romantic manner; "she fantasized romantically about eloping wiht her boyfriend
In a romantic way
in a romantic manner; passionately, with love and emotion; fancifully, unrealistically
in a romantic manner; "she fantasized romantically about eloping wiht her boyfriend"
in a romantic manner; "they were romantically linked"
plural of romantic



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    /rōˈmantək/ /roʊˈmæntɪk/


    [ rO-'man-tik, r&- ] (adjective.) 1650. Derived from Old French romant, the oblique case of Old French romanz (pronounced romants).2009, Picoche, Jacqueline; Jean-Claude Rolland, “Annexe IV, roman”, in Dictionnaire étymologique du français (in French), Paris: Dictionnaires Le Robert:1950, Migliorini, Bruno; Aldo Duro, “romantico”, in Prontuario etimologico della lingua italiana (in Italian), Paravia: See also French roman (noun).


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