Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to or of the character of the so-called “Dance of Death,” a favorite subject in the literature, art, and pantomime of Europe in the middle ages and early Renaissance: apparently based on a series of dialogues of death attributed to Macaber, an old German poet of whom nothing is known. See dance of death, under dance.
“He has seizures of erotic and macaberesque madness.”
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