Latinistic

Lat`in`is´tic


a.1.Of, pertaining to, or derived from, Latin; in the Latin style or idiom.
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An author who had much to do with preparing me for the quixotic folly in point was that Thomas Babington Macaulay, who taught simplicity of diction in phrases of as "learned length and thundering sound," as any he would have had me shun, and who deplored the Latinistic English of Johnson in terms emulous of the great doctor's orotundity and ronderosity.