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„Baroque“ - noun, singular or mass

The notion Baroque is the 8.024th most frequent word of the English lanuguage and appears 10.699 times within word book. The Baroque is often thought of as a period of artistic style that used exaggerated motion and clear, easily interpreted detail to produce drama, tension, exuberance, and grandeur in sculpture, painting, architecture, literature, dance, and music.º The part of speech is noun, singular or mass. Here are typical usages of the term in text: "... credited with creating the Baroque style of sculpture."¹ "... of productions of the Baroque period."² "... primarily by Renaissance, Baroque ..."³ Reversely its written euqoraB. Estoque, Oiapoque und Tlaloque rhymes on it. The MD5 hash is 079fad6dc6155a4323db4719577c5a91 and the SHA1 checksum is 9f8530491f90ac99f33dbd8dbbe3fb263d33293c. The dialable telephone number 2276783 accords this word.

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word name: Baroque

part of speech: noun, singular or mass

lemma: baroque

typical left word neighbours: Sicilian Flemish Renaissance Edwardian Philharmonia Naryshkin Late

typical right word neighbours: eras style architecture era Cycle Soloists Rococo

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