adjective: Concerned with or appreciative of beauty or the arts.
noun: A guiding principle or principles in matters of artistic beauty and taste.
verb: To make greater in power, influence, stature, or reputation; to make appear greater; to exaggerate.
noun: An indirect reference to some person, place, thing, or event, usually historically significant.
adjective: Comparable or parallel to something else; similar or correspondent in some respects though otherwise dissimilar.
adjective: Extravagantly ornate; flamboyant; of, relating to, or characteristic of a style in art and architecture developed in Europe from the early seventeenth to the mid-eighteenth century.
adjective: Warlike; aggressive; pugnacious; having or showing a ready disposition to fight or do battle.
noun: Purification or cleansing; a technique used to relieve tension and anxiety by bringing repressed feelings and fears to consciousness.
adjective: Roundabout or indirect; deviating from a straight course; purposefully evasive or indirect.
noun: A political leader or speaker who gains power, influence, and popularity by arousing or fomenting the emotions, passions, and prejudices of the people.
adjective: Harsh sounding; badly out of tune; disagreeable in sound or quality. (dissonant).
adjective: Rigidly fixed in opinion; characterized by arrogance and by unproved or unproven principles, precepts, or tenets.
adjective: Made up of or combing elements from a variety of diverse sources; selecting what seems best from various styles, movements, or ideas.
adjective: Very talkative; given to excessive and often trivial or rambling discourse. (loquacious).