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1. One versed in the classics; a classical scholar.
2. An adherent of classicism.
3. An advocate of the study of ancient Greek and Latin.
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a. a student of ancient Latin and Greek
b. a person who advocates the study of ancient Latin and Greek
2. an adherent of classicism in literature or art
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clas•si•cist(ˈklæs ə sɪst)
also clas•si•cal•ist(-ɪ kə lɪst)
1. an adherent of classicism in literature or art.
2. an authority on the classics; a classical scholar.
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|Noun||1.||classicist - an artistic person who adheres to classicism|
|2.||classicist - a student of ancient Greek and Latin|
humanist - a classical scholar or student of the liberal arts
Latinist - a specialist in the Latin language
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classicist[ˈklæsɪsɪst] N → clasicista mf
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