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Four Romantic Words
Popular Speech and Standard English
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abroad acquired adjective aesthetic Anglo-Saxon artist become borrowed called character classical colloquial creation creative criticism curious derived describe Devil dialect words Dryden Dutch dynamic verb ears eighteenth century element embodied England English idioms English language English words enriched Essay Europe expression famous feeling foreign France French French language genius German give grammar Greek human idiomatic phrases idioms imagination imitation important inspiration instance invention Italian Joseph Warton kind large number Latin linguistic literary literature living Low German meaning modern mouth Nature one's hand one's head one's heart one's nose origin Oxford Dictionary perhaps phrasal verbs play poetic poetry poets popular speech possess prepositions regarded romantic love Romantic Movement romanticism romantique sailors says send to Coventry Shakespeare ship signification Spanish speak standard language Teutonic Thomas Warton thought tion translated turn usage vivid word romantic writing