Then the unclassical evidence of the Bartlemy Fair folk at the "Crowner's quest."
The standard of study is as high as in other unclassical schools, and every pupil has equal advantages of improvement.
These classical emblems appear foreign to the spirit of heraldry, which originated in an unclassical age.
Soon only some little octavos remained to show that there was still an unclassical public to be catered for.
For this skillful and ingenious conceit, which is unclassical in spirit, we are indebted to Scamozzi.
He was schoolmaster in a pedantic age, and there is nothing so unclassical—nothing so impure in style—as pedantry.
Keats's Greece seems somehow to be a Greece too full of modern colour, too unclassical.
It does not now mean ‘barbarous’, and if it still means ‘unclassical’ it does not imply that what is ‘unclassical’ must be wrong.
For the most pitiful and unclassical reason that ever disgraced a human creature.
Mr. Rhead was born at Etruria, that unclassical place with the classical name, and comes of a family of artists.