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Acmeist (comparative more Acmeist, superlative most Acmeist)

  1. Of or pertaining to Acmeism, a transient poetic school in Russia in the early 1900s.
    • 1973, Clarence Brown, Mandelstam, Cambridge University Press (1978), →ISBN, page 185:
      He was Acmeist in spades.
    • 1995, Justin Doherty, The Acmeist Movement in Russian Poetry: Culture and the Word,[1] Clarendon Press, page 192:
      As such, they reveal a central concern in Acmeist practice, but do not necessarily specify qualities which are uniquely Acmeist.
    • 2006, Kirsten Blythe Painter, Flint on a Bright Stone: A Revolution of Precision and Restraint in American, Russian, and German Modernism, Stanford University Press, →ISBN, page 86:
      The poem is also Acmeist in the speaker’s countering of his previous emotional abandon (“a thousand sorrows”) with his present moderation—a simple declaration of love instead of exhaustion and yearning.



Acmeist (plural Acmeists)

  1. An Acmeist poet, a member of the Acmeist school.