- romanticism (n.)
- 1803, "a romantic idea," from romantic + -ism. In literature, 1823 in reference to a movement toward medieval forms (especially in reaction to classical ones) it has an association now more confined to Romanesque. The movement began in German and spread to England and France. Generalized sense of "a tendency toward romantic ideas" is first recorded 1840.
- 1. His poetry tended towards a dreamy romanticism.
- 2. Her determined romanticism was worrying me.
- 3. The beauty of nature and human feelings were important ideas in romanticism.
- 4. This kind of romanticism is everywhere in Buchan's books.
- 5. Meanwhile, Americanism sets a heavy cultural foundation for American romanticism with its own national characteristics.
- 同时, 美国方式也为美国浪漫主义文学奠定了美国民族特有的深厚文化底蕴.
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