baroque

Pronunciation:  US [bəˈrɑk] UK [bəˈrɒk]
  • n.The Baroque architectural style; Baroque style novelty works strange style
  • adj.Baroque (17-18th century fashionable in Europe, magnificent, ornate features were reflected in architecture, painting and music, and art)
  • WebBaroque and Baroque and Baroque art

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