Victorian

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Adjective[change]

Positive
Victorian

Comparative
none

Superlative
none

  1. From the time when Victoria I was queen of England (1837-1901).
  2. If something is Victorian, it is like something from the time of Queen Victoria I.
    She was wearing a long, Victorian dress.
    His Victorian ideals made hims seem out of place in the modern world.

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Noun[change]

Singular
Victorian

Plural
Victorians

a Victorian
  1. A Victorian is a type of house built in late 1800's, or made to look like it was.
    I wish I could afford to live in a Victorian.
    The characters on Charmed were witches and lived in an old Victorian.
  2. A Victorian is a person from the Victorian era (late 1800's).
    The Victorians followed codes of conduct that seems very strict today.