Ciceronian

Ciceronian

[sis-uh-roh-nee-uhn]
adjective
1.
of or pertaining to Cicero or his writings: the Ciceronian orations.
2.
in the style of Cicero: characterized by melodious language, clarity, and forcefulness of presentation: Ciceronian invective.
noun
3.
a person who is an expert on or specializes in the study of the works of Cicero.
4.
a person who admires or imitates the style of Cicero.

Origin:
1575–85; < Latin Cicerōniānus, equivalent to Cicerōn- (stem of Cicerō) Cicero + -iānus -ian

pseudo-Ciceronian, adjective, noun
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Ciceronian (ˌsɪsəˈrəʊnɪən)
 
adj
1.  of or resembling Cicero or his rhetorical style; eloquent
2.  (of literary style) characterized by the use of antithesis and long periods

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