Definitions for ciceronianˌsɪs əˈroʊ ni ən
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Cic•e•ro•ni•anˌsɪs əˈroʊ ni ən(adj.)
pertaining to or like Cicero, his writings, or his rhetorical style.
Origin of Ciceronian:
1575–85; < L
Of, or relating to Marcus Tullius Cicero, or the ideas in his philosophical treatises.
Eloquent, resembling Cicero's style
With effusive use of antithesis and long sentences.
resembling Cicero in style or action; eloquent
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