Dictionary Results for classic


1. classic - noun

· a creation of the highest excellence

Hypernym(s): creation




2. classic - noun

· an artist who has created classic works

Hypernym(s): artist, creative_person




3. classic - adjective

· of or relating to the first significant period of a civilization, culture, area of study, etc.; "classic Chinese pottery"; "classical Marxism"

Synonym(s): classical

Antonym(s): nonclassical




4. classic - adjective

· of a well-known type; remarkably typical; "the classic struggle between good and evil"; "I woke up with all the classic symptoms of the flu"; "she made the classic mistake of choosing style over substance"




5. classic - adjective

· considered of the highest quality and lasting significance or worth; "a classic car"; "`War and Peace' is a classic novel"




6. classic - adjective

· well-known and long-established in form or style; "a classical ballet"; "classic double-breasted suit"; "the classic struggle between good and evil"

Synonym(s): classical





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