Sumptuous vs Rococo - What's the difference?
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Sumptuous is a related term of rococo.
As an adjective sumptuous
is magnificent, luxurious, splendid.
As a noun rococo is
rococo or rococo
can be rococo.
Magnificent, luxurious, splendid.
* 1764 , :
- Though poor the peasant’s hut, his feasts though small,
- He sees his little lot the lot of all;
- Sees no contiguous palace rear its head
- To shame the meanness of his humble shed;
- No costly lord the sumptuous banquet deal
- To make him loathe his vegetable meal;
, title=The Alhambra
, passage=I wandered on until I came to a sumptuous
palace with a garden adorned with fountains and fishponds, and groves and flowers, and orchards laden with delicious fruit.}}
, date=April 21
, author=Jonathan Jurejko
, title=Newcastle 3-0 Stoke
, work=BBC Sport
, passage=Cabaye pulled all the strings in a dominant home performance and capped a majestic individual display with a sumptuous
first-time finish into the far corner for his second goal of the afternoon.}}
A style of baroque architecture and decorative art, from 18th century France, having elaborate ornamentation.
Of, or relating to the rococo style.
Over-elaborate or complicated.