from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One imbued with romanticism; a romantic.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One who advocates romanticism in modern literature.
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- noun An advocate or follower of
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- noun an artist of the Romantic Movement or someone influenced by Romanticism
- noun someone who indulges in excessive sentimentality
- adjective belonging to or characteristic of Romanticism or the Romantic Movement in the arts
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I prefer to think of Cowper as a naturalist, of Shelley as an idealist, and of Wordsworth as a transcendental realist, and to reserve the name romanticist for writers like Scott, Coleridge, and Keats; and I think the distinction a serviceable one.
The romanticist is a kind of scientific person engaged in the correct assembling of chemical constituents that will produce a formula by which he can live out every one of his moments with a perfect comprehension of their charm and of their everlasting value to him.
For the romanticist, each step follows the footsteps of Hillary, Tenzing, Herzog and other Himalayan explorers.
Idealist and romanticist that I was and always had been in spite of my analytical nature, yet I had failed till now in grasping much of the physical characteristics of love.
As a romanticist, Carlyle hated the system but described it accurately.
In the five-year plan, Stalin the romanticist, or: the blind baldaquin takes revenge for a stage upon which plays a vermiculating drama of excess.
The man was not a fantaisiste or romanticist at all – he did not even try to give us the churning, prismatic ephemera of dreams, but coldly and sardonically reflected some stable, mechanistic, and well – established horror – world which he saw fully, brilliantly, squarely, and unfalteringly.
N&S critique the presumed attachment of environmentalists to romanticist premodernist images of society and celebrate economic modernization, along with the growing affluence, individualization, and freedom that this social process creates.
Back then, as now in his new Concord Music Group release "New Time, New 'Tet" (Amazon), I was drawn -- in his tenor saxophone improvisations and compositions -- to their flowing sense of ordered liberty, with the inner warmth of an adventurous romanticist.
"I'm a romanticist and an adventurer," he said last week in answer to a voter's question about exploring Mars.