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Grecian in History topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishGrecianGre‧cian /ˈɡriːʃən/ adjective literary  SHSGfrom ancient Greece, or having a style or appearance that is considered typical of ancient Greece a Grecian urn
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GrecianHe also combed a little Grecian 2000 into his hair for several days before his date with Alison.But I don't understand Grecian code.One was the woman, younger, but still with her Grecian hair and heavy make-up.Before he could say anything, the telephone on the Grecian plinth nearest to the girl gave a muted double purr.If an architect examined a Gothic structure by reference to Grecian rules, he would find it a mass of deformities.Two veiled female figures leaned in exaggerated mourning over an urn in the Grecian taste of the 1810s.And look, how many Grecian tents do stand Hollow upon this plain, so many hollow factions.It is not about Grecian Urns, like Beauty or Truth.