Definition of Symbolists

1. Noun. (plural of symbolist) ¹



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Definition of Symbolists

1. symbolist [n] - See also: symbolist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Symbolists

symbolicism
symbolicisms
symbolics
symboling
symbolisable
symbolisation
symbolise
symbolised
symboliser
symbolises
symbolising
symbolism
symbolisms
symbolist
symbolistic
symbolists (current term)
symbolizable
symbolization
symbolizations
symbolize
symbolized
symbolizer
symbolizers
symbolizes
symbolizing
symbolled
symbolling
symbological
symbologies
symbologist

Literary usage of Symbolists

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1. Modern French Literature by Benjamin Willis Wells (1909)
"Of symbolists who were French by birth one need name only Ghil, Mallarme', and De Ee- gnier, this last the most talented lyric poet of them all. ..."

2. Modern French Literature by Benjamin Willis Wells (1896)
"... it is true in a large measure of the verses of many decadents who have allowed themselves to be called symbolists though they have been more ..."

3. Modern French Literature by Benjamin Willis Wells (1896)
"... it is true in a large measure of the verses of many decadents who have allowed themselves to be called symbolists though they have been more ..."

4. The Great French Painters: And the Evolution of French Painting from 1830 to by Camille Mauclair (1903)
"... CHAPTER VI THE symbolists, IDEALISTS AND HISTORICAL PAINTERS Why the nineteenth century has produced so little symbolist art.—Chass^riau. ..."

5. A History of French Art, 1100-1899 by Rose Georgina Kingsley (1899)
"symbolists. THAT the later years of the nineteenth century should witness a reaction in Art was but natural, and to be looked for in the necessary course of ..."

6. The Story of Art Throughout the Ages: An Illustrated Record by Salomon Reinach (1904)
"—The symbolists: Moreau and Baudry.—Puvis de Chavannes.—The Modern Belgian School.—The Modern German School.—The Predominance of French Influences —England ..."

7. Modern French Literature by Benjamin Willis Wells (1909)
"Of symbolists who were French by birth one need name only Ghil, Mallarme', and De Ee- gnier, this last the most talented lyric poet of them all. ..."

8. Modern French Literature by Benjamin Willis Wells (1896)
"... it is true in a large measure of the verses of many decadents who have allowed themselves to be called symbolists though they have been more ..."

9. Modern French Literature by Benjamin Willis Wells (1896)
"... it is true in a large measure of the verses of many decadents who have allowed themselves to be called symbolists though they have been more ..."

10. The Great French Painters: And the Evolution of French Painting from 1830 to by Camille Mauclair (1903)
"... CHAPTER VI THE symbolists, IDEALISTS AND HISTORICAL PAINTERS Why the nineteenth century has produced so little symbolist art.—Chass^riau. ..."

11. A History of French Art, 1100-1899 by Rose Georgina Kingsley (1899)
"symbolists. THAT the later years of the nineteenth century should witness a reaction in Art was but natural, and to be looked for in the necessary course of ..."

12. The Story of Art Throughout the Ages: An Illustrated Record by Salomon Reinach (1904)
"—The symbolists: Moreau and Baudry.—Puvis de Chavannes.—The Modern Belgian School.—The Modern German School.—The Predominance of French Influences —England ..."

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