American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Material or a collection of materials from or relating to the Victorian era.
- n. collection of materials of or characteristic of the Victorian era
- Victorian + -ana (Wiktionary)
“It featured lots of folks dressed up in Victoriana and steam-punk garb, and had people passing around dishes of British tea biscuits and sandwiches, and also rather a lot of alcohol.”
“Will it go down better with Brits due to the roots in Victoriana?”
“Jess Nevins Fantastic Victoriana is perhaps my favorite.”
“Victoriana is an elegant little gift boutique on Hernandez Macias across from Bellas Artes (I think -- I'm writing from the States) which has things Victorian -- hankerchiefs, frilly things -- but also herbal tinctures, flower essences, essential oils and organic health and beauty products -- all made by Allison, the owner, who has been doing it for years and is quite knowledgeable about all that stuff.”
“I’m increasingly drawn to the world of steampunk, the steam and clockwork driven scifi worlds decorated in Victoriana.”
“Victoriana" when I see this necklace (yes, I'm totally smitten with it).”
“Upon entering the exhibition, one is aurally lured to the cellar by "Victoriana," an installation of manipulated found sound by composer R. Weis.”
“Dude, you might want to put the brolly down before you bag on Victoriana.”
“Nina Ricci graced us with floaty dresses and Victoriana.”
“When you look at her designs, you'll see references to fine artists, American explorers, Victoriana and classic fashion designers, both in European couture and American sportswear.”
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