Inclined toward or suggestive of the feeling of excitement and mystery associated with love,
Inclined toward or suggestive of the feeling of excitement and mystery associated with love
a romantic candlelit dinner
Relating to love, esp. in a sentimental or idealized way
a romantic comedy
Of, characterized by, or suggestive of an idealized view of reality
a romantic attitude toward the past
some romantic dream of country peace
Of, relating to, or denoting the artistic and literary movement of Romanticism
the Romantic tradition
A person with romantic beliefs or attitudes
I am an incurable romantic
A writer or artist of the Romantic movement
belonging to or characteristic of Romanticism or the Romantic Movement in the arts; "romantic poetry"
a soulful or amorous idealist
amatory: expressive of or exciting sexual love or romance; "her amatory affairs"; "amorous glances"; "a romantic adventure"; "a romantic moonlight ride"
quixotic: not sensible about practical matters; idealistic and unrealistic; "as quixotic as a restoration of medieval knighthood"; "a romantic disregard for money"; "a wild-eyed dream of a world state"
Romantic? is an album recorded by English synthpop band The Human League. It was issued by Virgin Records in 1990 and was the band's first album of new material in four years. Romantic? ...
Romantic music is a musicological term referring to a particular period, theory, compositional practice, and canon in European music history, from about 1815 to 1910.
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"Romantic" is a song recorded by Karyn White. It hit number one on the Billboard Hot 100 on November 2, 1991, making it her biggest hit to date. "Romantic" was also Karyn White's fourth number one on the Hot Black Singles chart. . ...
Of or pertaining to Romance; Of or pertaining to Romanticism
A person with romantic character; A person who is behaving romantically; Of a work of literature, a writer etc.: being like or having the characteristics of a romance, or poetic tale of a mythic or quasi-historical time; fantastic. [from 17th c.]; Fictitious, imaginary. [17th-20th c. ...
Relating to the nineteenth-century musical period characterized by subjectivity on the part of the composer, emotionalism in music, longer musical forms, and richer harmonies.
A pastel scheme created from soft floral fabrics, laces, painted furniture, filtered light and fresh flowers. It appeals to the senses and offers welcoming comfort.
Romanticism: A musical era that is generally considered to have begun in the late 1820s and the 1830s, with Berlioz, Schumann, Chopin, and Liszt, and to have ended sometime around World War I, though its implications reverberate in music to this day. ...
A fictional mode in which the chief characters live in a I world of marvels (naive romance), or in which the mood is elegiac or idyllic and hence less subject to social criticism than in the mimetic modes. ...
A style developed at the beginning of the 19th century that expresses an emotional, wonderful, fairy tale like and fantastically inclined world view. The Romantic is expressed most clearly in painting. ...
(in Romanticism: Literature; in Western literature: Romanticism )
The early 19th century Neoclassical (which see) architectural styles are referred to as "Romantic" because, unlike the preceding Renaissance Classical (which see) styles which appealed to the intellect, they appealed primarily to the emotions. ...
the period of music between 1830 and the turn of the 20th century; composers of romantic music frequently found inspiration in other than musical ideas, such as nature, painting,birdcalls, rainstorms. ...
comedies are movies with light-hearted, humorous dramatic stories centered around romantic ideals such as a "true love" able to surmount most obstacles or the "perfect couple." Romantic comedy films are a sub-genre of comedy films as well as of romance films.
The romantic era (macho era) of chess was a time when sacrifice and attack was considered to be the only manly way to play. ...
The period of music between the early to mid 1800's and the early 1900's.
Symphonies and concertos, height of the piano virtuoso. Early Romantic: Beethoven, Paganini, Schubert, Mendelssohn. High Romantic: Liszt, Wagner, Verdi, Brahms, Tchaikovsky, Grieg.
music of very broad array of composers 1820-1910. F.Schubert, R.Schumann, C.Weber, J.Brahms, C.Saent-Saens etc.
The predominant cultural movement of the early 19th century, valuing emotion, exoticism, color and extravagance.