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Use "unclassical" in a sentence
"Hill was not alone in his admiration for Biblical style, for the praise of the "unclassical" poetry of the Bible, which had begun in the Renaissance, had swelled rather than diminished during the neoclassical age."
"True -- this pesto contains some "unclassical" ingredients."
"His use of the unclassical and perhaps anachronistic word "huckster" shows us both what he takes from and brings to Kabir's poetry, which is to allow his own poetic mind to take off from the basic message and conceptual frame of Kabir's Hindi lines, without hankering after a word-for-word fidelity."