chiefly British variant of Gothic

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  • Gothick — Gothˈick noun and adjective 1. (denoting) a style of architecture (c.1720–1840) in which the Gothic style of the Middle Ages was imitated 2. (of 18c and modern tales, etc) Gothic • • • Main Entry: ↑Goth …   Useful english dictionary

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  • Goth|ick — «GOTH ihk», adjective. British. 1. in the sham Gothic style of the 1800 s: »And for scenery what more fitting than the Gothick of the period? (E. Croft Murray). 2. Also, gothick. in the style of Gothic literature; grotesque; gruesome: »The… …   Useful english dictionary

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