Definition of Scenical

1. Adjective. (dated form of scenic) ¹



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Definition of Scenical

1. scenic [adj]

Medical Definition of Scenical

1. Of or pertaining to scenery; of the nature of scenery; theatrical. "All these situations communicate a scenical animation to the wild romance, if treated dramatically." (De Quincey) Origin: L. Scaenicus, scenicus, Gr., cf. F. Scenique. See Scene. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scenical

scenemen
scener
sceneries
sceners
scenery
scenes
sceneshifter
sceneshifters
scenester
scenesters
scenic
scenic artist
scenic railway
scenic route
scenic routes
scenical (current term)
scenically
scenick
scenics
scening
scenograph
scenographer
scenographers
scenographic
scenographical
scenographick
scenographies
scenographs
scenography
scenopoetic

Literary usage of Scenical

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1. Select Discourses by John Smith, Simon Patrick, John Worthington (1821)
"... What the meaning of those actions ix that are frequently attributed to the prophets, whether they mere real, or only imaginary and scenical. ..."

2. English Prose and Poetry (1137-1892) by John Matthews Manly (1916)
"Nay, this occasion in me, who look upon the distinctions amongst men to be merely scenical, raised reflections upon the emptiness of all human perfection ..."

3. The Agamemnon of Aeschylus by Aeschylus (1831)
"The ancient theatres were not only used for scenical representations, but for contests in music and in other departments of genius or of skill. ..."

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