Definition of Italianates

1. italianate [v] - See also: italianate



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Italianates

it was delicious
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ita palm
itacism
itacisms
itacist
itacists
itacolumite
itaconate
itaconates
itaconic
itaconic acid
ital
italianate
italianated
italianates (current term)
italianating
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italianising
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italianized
italianizes
italianizing
italic
italicisation
italicisations
italicise
italicised

Literary usage of Italianates

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1. A History of European and American Sculpture from the Early Christian Period by Chandler Rathfon Post (1921)
"THE italianates Of the more Italianate group in this transitional period, it is hardly necessary to mention more than the names of the leading sculptors and ..."

2. A Spanish Anthology: A Collection of Lyrics From The Thirteenth Century Down by Jeremiah Denis Matthias Ford (1917)
"He appears here as an enemy of the italianates. 1. 25. ... He imitated Castillejo in abusing the italianates, yet he later wrote in the foreign manner. ..."

3. The Harvard Classics by Charles William Eliot (1910)
"But lest I should offend too much, I pass over to say any more of these italianates and their demeanour, which, alas! is too open and manifest to the world, ..."

4. A History of Spanish Literature by James Fitzmaurice-Kelly (1898)
"As it is, he survives as the Prince of italianates, the acknowledged master of the Cinque Cento form. Cervantes and Lope de Vega, agreed upon nothing else, ..."

5. Chronicle and Romance: Froissart, Malory, Holinshed ; with Introductions by Jean Froissart, Thomas Malory, William Harrison (1910)
"But lest I should offend too much, I pass over to say any more of these italianates and their demeanour, which, alas! is too open and manifest to the world, ..."

6. Poet Lore (1905)
"Yet those who love Spanish literature do not seek in it chiseled form or a golden flow of words, such as the italianates admire; they look for spontaneity, ..."

7. English Travellers of the Renaissance by Clare Macllelen Howard (1914)
"This is enough to show the sort of harmless, vain braggarts some of these “italianates” were, and how easily they acquired the reputation of being desperate ..."

8. The Spanish People: Their Origin, Growth, and Influence by Martin Andrew Sharp Hume (1901)
"Boscan, Garcilaso, and Mendoza, the first italianates, had to struggle against much opposition on the part of old-fashioned Spaniards, who thought that the ..."

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