The Observations are rarely, if ever, quoted as an authority of weight by any one engaged on classical or Virgilian literature.
It must be admitted, however, that the poet's uncouth diction is anything but Virgilian.
But James had nothing but cold water and Virgilian quotations for his son's ardour.
Either the sonnet or the Virgilian note must be a falsification.
His Virgilian sensibility and modesty would doubtless have ordered its destruction, had death arrested him less suddenly.
Far from blushing at their origin,—these noble Virgilian bees!
Sic vos non vobis might, in Virgilian phrase, be said of the first victims.
In his version of the rich Virgilian measure they are especially out of place.
He had a Virgilian soul; and if his colouring recalls that of Weber, his design has often an Italian suavity.
In such primitive pleasures the shepherds of the Virgilian eclogue indulged.
1510s, from Latin Virgilianus "of or characteristic of the Roman poet Virgil" (Publius Vergilius Maro, 70-19 B.C.E.). Also in Virgilian lots (Latin sortes Virgilianae), opening Virgil at random as an oracle.