Definition of Gothicism

1. n. A Gothic idiom.



Definition of Gothicism

1. Noun. The Gothic style in literature or architecture. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Gothicism

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gothicism

gotch
gotch-gutted
gotcha
gotcha keyword
gotcha keywords
gotchas
gote
goter
goters
goth
goth up
gothdom
gothed up
gothic rock
gothically
gothicism (current term)
gothicisms
gothicize
gothicized
gothicizes
gothicizing
gothics
gothing up
gothite
gothites
gothness
goths
goths up
gothy
gotra

Literary usage of Gothicism

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1. The Beginnings of the English Romantic Movement: A Study in Eighteenth by William Lyon Phelps (1893)
"gothicism AND CHIVALRY. I shall give only the briefest notice of the revival of Gothic tastes and of the renewed interest in Chivalry. ..."

2. An History of Marine Architecture: Including an Enlarged and Progressive by John Charnock (1801)
"... vided a new gothicism does not rear its leaden mace to destroy literature, as an avowed enemy to its views and designs. As to the particular materials, ..."

3. The Child of Promise: Or, The Isaac of Medicine and Ishmael, the Half by William Mellen Cate (1881)
"... final act which contributed to the placing of the whole Christian world under the gloom and darkness of the most complete superstition and gothicism. ..."

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