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1.Conducive to or characterized by the expression of love.
‘a romantic candlelit dinner'
‘Idea of a romantic evening: I love nice, quiet dinners either at home or where there is a beautiful view of a mountainside, beach or even the city skyline.'
‘A beautiful woman, home alone, begins to set the dinner table for a romantic meal: candles, roses, a bottle of champagne.'
‘She was absolutely delighted, but at the same time puzzled, that he asked her to dinner on such a romantic night.'
‘Yet when they feel like it, they make sure they get one of the few two-person tables at dinner for a romantic meal.'
2.(of a person) readily demonstrating feelings of love.
‘he's very handsome, and so romantic '
‘Nevertheless, James and Sylvia's connection counts as a love story, running as deep as any other romantic couple's, only in a different direction.'
‘He struck me as a sincere and romantic person that hadn't had the chance to find love and instead had enjoyed the attention the women had lavished on him.'
‘He gave the impression of being a romantic rebel rather than a person of prime ministerial stature.'
‘He was an old romantic fool at heart, that one, and he believed in marriage as a legally binding and not even entirely necessary act between soul mates.'
3.Relating to love or to sexual relationships.
‘after their romantic relationship ended they became great friends'
‘her romantic adventures'
‘ romantic fiction'
‘I was a basketball player, not a stupid girl with romantic attachments.'
‘In the course of their investigation, Berlin begins to develop a romantic attachment to Helena.'
4.Of, characterized by, or suggestive of an idealized view of reality.
‘a romantic attitude to the past'
‘some romantic dream of country peace'
‘When she turns to poetry for children, there is a strain of romantic idealism as she suggests the beauty of uncrowded nature.'
‘Nothing will bring a romantic dreamer down to reality faster than the bug, and every biting insect seems to visit us in turn.'
‘I concluded that many historians and political scientists have an overly simple and romantic view of the political process.'
5.Relating to or denoting the artistic and literary movement of romanticism.
‘the romantic tradition'
‘Perhaps more than any other Romantic composer, Berlioz found inspiration for his music in literature.'
‘Scribe must also be seen in terms of the wider Romantic movement.'
‘This survey of British Romantic poet and painter William Blake includes more than 200 works.'
‘One of the beacons of the Romantic reform movement, Hugo was among the most fervent partisans of English drama during the Restoration period in France.'
1.Relating to or denoting the artistic and literary movement of romanticism.
‘I am an incurable romantic '
2.A person with romantic beliefs or attitudes.
‘The desert has inspired romantics for centuries and a dinner at sundown with the gentle breezes of the open desert, with just the stars and the setting sun for company is an experience.'
‘True romantics have the right attitude; and use imagination to cultivate loving, sensual relationships.'
‘And so we both call ourselves hopeless romantics and decided that that would be a perfect title for this album.'
‘‘We were considered the clowns, the dreamers, the romantics,' he adds.'
3.A writer or artist of the romantic movement.
‘Wordsworth, Coleridge, and the later romantics'
‘Not necessarily, for ever since the time of the Romantics, some have argued that the realm of the spirit belongs not to God but to the individual imagination.'
‘They prepared the way for the Romantics to take up poetry as prophecy, the poet as prophet.'
‘Collins says that the Romantics taught us to look for and to believe in the poet behind the words.'
‘Writers like the Romantics, who found mystery in the commonplace and saw the universal in each individual's experience, remind us to hope.'