- I(Roget's IV) modif.1. [Of recognized importance]Syn. standard, established, authoritative, traditional, ideal, flawless, serious, prestigious, esthetic, artistic, longhair*; see also classic .Ant. modern*, popular*, transitory.2. [Of or resembling the art or culture of ancient Greece or Rome]Syn. classic, humanistic, Attic, Hellenic, Greek, Homeric, Latin, Roman, Ciceronian, Augustan, Virgilian, academic, correct, formal, classicistic, refined, restrained, balanced, well-proportioned, chaste, archaic, ancient, neoclassic, Hellenistic, Alexandrian; see also ancient 2 , chaste 1 , Greek , Roman 1 .II(Roget's 3 Superthesaurus) a.see classicIII(Roget's Thesaurus II) adjective 1. Having the nature of, constituting, or serving as a type: archetypal, archetypic, archetypical, classic, model, paradigmatic, prototypal, prototypic, prototypical, quintessential, representative, typic, typical. See SAME, USUAL. 2. Characterized by enduring excellence, appeal, and importance: classic, vintage. See GOOD.
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