Classical Definition

klăsĭ-kəl
adjective
Webster's New World
Of the art, literature, and culture of the ancient Greeks and Romans, or their writers, artists, etc.
Webster's New World
Characteristic of or derived from the literary and artistic standards, principles, and methods of the ancient Greeks and Romans.
Webster's New World
Versed in the classics.
A classical scholar.
American Heritage
Well versed in or devoted to Greek and Roman culture, literature, etc.
A classical scholar.
Webster's New World
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Origin of Classical

  • From classic, from Latin classicus (of the first class).

    From Wiktionary

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