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romantic

1. of or relating to a movement in European art, music, and literature in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, characterized by an emphasis on feeling and content rather than order and form, on the sublime, supernatural, and exotic, and the free expression of the passions and individuality
2. a person whose tastes in art, literature, etc., lie mainly in romanticism; romanticist
3. a poet, composer, etc., of the romantic period or whose main inspiration or interest is romanticism
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