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  • adj. Reminiscent of the work of the Ancient Greek poet Pindar.

Etymologies

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Pindar +‎ -esque

Examples

  • Stoics, and certainly in modern times with the very early romantic Johann Joachim Winckelmann — that dualities were the embodiment of an indissoluble union of beauty, harmony, symmetry, etc., and that promi - nent Greeks were likely to have statues of Pindaresque symmetry, even if a Herodotus, Socrates, Aristotle, and even Plato would hardly conform to this physical ideal au naturel.

    SYMMETRY AND ASYMMETRY

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