antiromantic

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Etymology[edit]

anti- +‎ romantic

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antiromantic (comparative more antiromantic, superlative most antiromantic)

  1. Opposing or unconducive to romance.
    • 1986, Joyce W. Warren (editor), Ruth Hall and other writings
      Antiromantic and often cynical, Fanny Fern was the originator of the now-famous phrase, "The way to a man's heart is through his stomach."
  2. Opposing or rejecting the Romantic movement.
    • 1995, Gunter Gebauer, Christoph Wulf, Mimesis: culture, art, society
      What moves directly in the images created by the antiromantic authors is their gaze, an expression of abandonment and loneliness.

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Noun[edit]

antiromantic (plural antiromantics)

  1. One who opposes or rejects the Romantic movement.

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