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  • adjective architecture, literature Of or relating to a more recent iteration of a Gothic style (the Gothic revival).

Etymologies

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neo- +‎ gothic

Examples

  • Built in 1889, which for Florida is seriously historic, the neogothic structure that dominates the intersection of County Road and Barton Avenue was added in 1925 and has served the religious needs of the filthy rich ever since.

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  • Built in 1889, which for Florida is seriously historic, the neogothic structure that dominates the intersection of County Road and Barton Avenue was added in 1925 and has served the religious needs of the filthy rich ever since.

    Fat Chance

  • Built in 1889, which for Florida is seriously historic, the neogothic structure that dominates the intersection of County Road and Barton Avenue was added in 1925 and has served the religious needs of the filthy rich ever since.

    Fat Chance

  • The 36,500-square-meter neogothic center -- which retains the façade of a former army barracks on the site dating back to 1857 -- counts U.K. department-store retailer Marks & Spencer and Swedish apparel retailer H&M among its tenants.

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  • And while you're there, explore the neogothic architecture of the Notre Dame Basilica.

    CNN Transcript Oct 6, 2007

  • And it appears to be keeping the numbers of people down outside this beautiful neogothic Cathedral of the Holy Cross.

    CNN Transcript Apr 2, 2005

  • Experts say the neogothic clock tower - one of the world's most recognizable landmarks - is gently leaning to one side.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • The building's neogothic doors provided the blueprint for the softwood replicas that add a touch of medieval fantasy to his current show.

    Culture | guardian.co.uk

  • But the mayor said the camp was attracting drunks and damaging the 19th-century garden, a grassy area opposite London's neogothic parliament building.

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  • But the mayor said the camp was attracting drunks and damaging the 19th-century garden, a grassy area opposite London's neogothic parliament building.

    WCNC - News - World

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