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  • adj. Alternative capitalization of Cubist
  • n. Alternative capitalization of Cubist

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  • n. an artist who adheres to the principles of cubism
  • adj. relating to or characteristic of cubism


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  • (In Italian)

    un cubista (a male cubist) = a painter

    una cubista (a female cubist) = a disco dancer = a trollop

    (read description on my list before suing me)

    June 28, 2008