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- v. Present participle of Gothicize.
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All this adds a note of poignancy to the glorious shots of these homes, which range from former castles to Georgian manors to others gussied up by the Gothicizing craze of the 19th-century think crenellation and turrets.
Gothicizing it, assisted by the taste and designs of his friend
In good sooth, they were somewhat defaced by Cromwell having mounted his cannon on the roof to batter the Castle; of which, when I saw it, he had left little but ruins; and they were choked up by a vile modern brick house, which I know Solomon has pulled down: for he came hither two years ago to consult me about Gothicizing his restoration of the castle.
Art. Although Burchfield's forests and skyscapes do not always give me enough subtleties of color or form to entirely engage my eye, I do admire the Gothicizing, fairy tale dimension in his paintings, which are almost without exception done in watercolor.