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classical of or pertaining to ancient Greek and Roman culture. [3 definitions]
classicism principles of art and literature based on those of ancient Greek and Roman culture. (Cf. romanticism.)
classicist one who studies or is expert in the classics. [2 definitions]
classicize to make, adapt, or alter (something) in imitation of a classical style.
classification the act or result of classifying. [4 definitions]
classified arranged or ordered in classes. [3 definitions]
classified advertising advertising, usu. brief, that is arranged in columns according to subject in a newspaper or magazine.
classify to arrange or order with respect to type or class. [3 definitions]
classless of society, without economic or social distinctions.
classmate a person in the same class at a college or school.
class rank a student's position on a list ordered by grade point average of all students in the same grade or year at a school.
classroom a room where classes are held in a college, school, or training facility.
class struggle in Marxist theory, the constant contention for economic and political power that goes on between the owners of the means of production, or capitalists, and the workers.
classy (informal) of high quality; stylish.
clatter to make a loud rattling noise, as by striking objects together or by moving. [3 definitions]
Claude Debussy a French composer (b.1862--d.1918).
clause in grammar, a sequence of words having a subject and a verb and forming one part of a compound or complex sentence, or all of a simple sentence. [2 definitions]
claustral of or related to a cloister, or to seclusion from the world.
claustrophobia an abnormal fear of being in closed or confined places.
clavate club-shaped.
clavichord an early soft-toned keyboard instrument, recognized as the forerunner of the piano, with strings that are struck by metal wedges attached to the end of each key.