Definition of Grecianizing
1. grecianize [v] - See also: grecianize
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Literary usage of Grecianizing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The New Larned History for Ready Reference, Reading and Research: The Actual by Josephus Nelson Larned, Augustus Hunt Shearer (1922)
"... in the second century BC, who resisted the grecianizing tendencies of the time under the influence of the Graeco-Syrian domination, and who were the ..."
2. Renaissance and Modern Art by William Henry Goodyear (1908)
"The later reaction, generally speaking, after 1850, against this' grecianizing style, was undoubtedly and demonstrably inspired by the study and influence ..."
3. History of the Modern Music of Western Europe: From the First Century ... to by Raphael Georg Kiesewetter, Robert Müller (1848)
"... when it succeeded in emancipating itself from its grecianizing masters, and, now conscious of its own strength, began to create works which excited the ..."
4. The Great Wall of China by William Edgar Geil (1909)
"This grecianizing leaven aimed at physical and intellectual culture; beauty and liberty—M'hich is why the Greeks planted among the conquered peoples cities— ..."
5. Post-Biblical History of the Jews: From the Close of the Old Testament by Morris Jacob Raphall (1856)
"Not only did Alcimus, that grecianizing assassin whose hands were red with the blood of slaughtered 'saints, bear supreme rule in the temple of the Lord to ..."