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  • adj. Of or pertaining to Romance.
  • adj. Of or pertaining to Romanticism.


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  • The movie wants P&P to be more passionate and romantic than it is, in the conventional Romantic windswept way, so it forces it into that mold, with ridiculous, unsatisfying results.

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  • Of course we should have imagined that after years of claiming that, say, Jane Eyre was a mere romantic (instead of Romantic) novel this should be the next 'logical' step.


  • But then I am here on a sort of romantic quest: I have come to find the most romantic places in this city and to follow in the footsteps of Keats, Shelley and Byron, three giants of Romantic poetry who all lived, and in the case of Keats, died in this city.

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  • His conservatively structured works, in the German romantic musical tradition placed him in the camp of Romantic classicism exemplified by Johannes Brahms.


  • It’s romantic and Romantic, it’s uplifting, it’s touching…

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  • Explaining: the term Romantic (whatever it means) suggests that “Romances” are a product of the parts of Europe (France, Italy, Spain) whose languages consist in a more than usually heavy dose of the Latin from which they were derived.

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  • The term Romantic refers to its capacity to play with the kind of color and broad tonal expression identified with the organ works of such Romantic and late-Romantic composers as Mendelssohn, Liszt, Franck and Marcel Dupré.

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  • I was just reading the spread they put out for your book in Romantic Times Mag and loved it.

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  • Congratulations Nalini, I just read you up in Romantic Times magazine

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  • Psychologist Susan Hughes, co-author of Sex Differences in Romantic Kissing among College Students: An Evolutionary Perspective, says, Females place a lot more importance on the breath and teeth of a person.



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