- n. Plural form of Victorian.
“Victorian Paintings: Surely the Victorians were the greatest of Britons article”
“Surely the Victorians were the greatest of Britons article”
“They paint the past in a primitive light, and fail to point out that the Victorians were actually the modern inventors of the things that we enjoy today.”
“It never fails when I print something about the Victorian style -- whether it be a costume or a piece of lace or a tea cup or a house, somebody jumps on here, shrieking and casting dust into the air about how horrible the Victorians were and how much better off we are today.”
“It is not known whether his comments recognised the delicious irony that his book, called The Victorians, is a companion to his latest TV series.”
“That our great grandmothers and great great grandmothers and the pioneers and the Victorians were all really in the dark, wrong, misguided, and stupid?”
“This is a more dangerous symptom than the vigorous denunciations of parliament the Victorians were accustomed to.”
“It is absurd to call the Victorians old-fashioned or out of date; they were as intensely modern as we, only their modernity is naturally not ours.”
“The Victorians were the first people to experience that, and I think it made them crazy in new ways.”
“' Ted Baillieu has called Victorians racist, '' she said.”
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