Definition of baroque:
lavish, complicated, plain, exorbitant, knotty, intricate, overmuch, art nouveau, byzantine, extravagant, overdue, confusing, art deco, undue, labyrinthine, tangled, overextravagant, towering, involute, aquatint, unmerciful, involved, intolerable, plethoric, stiff, incomprehensible, insane, confused, Arts and Crafts, difficult, daedal, baroqueness, overweening, camp, the avant-garde, churrigueresco, contorted, devilish, unconscionable, complicate, fancy, convoluted, inordinate, agitprop, brushwork, sophisticated, immoderate, churrigueresque, labyrinthian, complex, steep, extreme, abstract expressionism.
- "Luca Signorelli", Maud Cruttwell.
Spode had found it, for example, horribly mortifying when his host, cutting across what was, he prided himself, a particularly subtle and illuminating disquisition on baroque art, had turned a wandering eye about the room and asked him abruptly whether he liked parrots.- "Mortal Coils", Aldous Huxley.
- "Combat", Dallas McCord Reynolds.