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classic (KLAS ik) (adjective)
Belonging to the highest rank or class: Erika bought classic clothing during her trip to Paris, France.
classic (KLAS ik) (noun)
A literary work of ancient Greece or Rome: Virgil was an ancient Roman author who wrote the classic, Aeneid, which many students read in schools.
classical (KLAS i kuhl) (adjective)
1. A reference to the ancient Greeks and Romans; especially, their art, architecture, and literature: The builder sought to imitate the classical architecture when building the garden for the count.
2. Relating to European music during the latter half of the 18th and the early 19th centuries: Velma's preferences run to classical music; especially, that written by Mozart.

When Blake's mother went to a classical music concert, she liked to dress in a suit with a very classic design.

(Greek: (classic and modern) phono, phonos; slaughter, kill, murder, homicide)
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