Definition of Idyllists

1. Noun. (plural of idyllist) ¹



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Definition of Idyllists

1. idyllist [n] - See also: idyllist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Idyllists

iduronate sulfatase
iduronic acid
iduronidase
idyl
idylatries
idylatry
idylist
idylists
idyll
idyllian
idyllic
idyllical
idyllically
idyllics
idyllist
idyllists (current term)
idylls
idyls
idée
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ie
ieo
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if't
if, as and when
if I were you
if all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail
if and only if
if anything
if it's all the same

Literary usage of Idyllists

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1. English Composition and Rhetoric by Alexander Bain (1888)
"Next to the idyllists, we have to search the Greek Anthology at large for love embodiments. Made up of short poems, called Epigrams, it embraces many themes ..."

2. The Sylvan Year: Leaves from the Note Book of Raoul Dubois. [Also The by Philip Gilbert Hamerton (1886)
"... and Roman Eclogue —The Idyllic Shepherds — Their Immorality— A Protest — Nature of the Idyl — Few Landscape Pictures in the great idyllists — Method of ..."

3. The English Illustrated Magazine (1897)
"But the novelists or idyllists which you will), like the Roman legions long before them, cannot be got to cross the Grampians. ..."

4. Methods and Materials of Literary Criticism: Lyric, Epic and Allied Forms of by Charles Mills Gayley, Benjamin Putnam Kurtz (1920)
"What has been the practice of the great idyllists ? Does a certain degree of artificiality enhance the idyllic effect? Compare the 1 Dresden Shepherdess. ..."

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