Definition of classic :
1. A work of acknowledged excellence and authority, or its author; - originally used of Greek and Latin works or authors, but now applied to authors and works of a like character in any language.
2. Alt. of Classical
3. One learned in the literature of Greece and Rome, or a student of classical literature.
stainless, chaste, upright, well-known, paradigmatic, clean, authorised, mere, virtuous, prototypal, guileless, prototypic, absolute, untainted, famous, traditional, definitive, pure, untarnished, model, paramount, prototypical, good, unequivocal, unstained, authorized, distinguished, representative, enduring, classical, unsullied, archetypical, typical, guiltless, first-rate, unmingled, determinate, innocent, established, immortal, timeless, time-honored, clear, undefiled, genuine, quintessential, continent, usual, incorrupt, archetypal, ageless, true, unpolluted, canonical, ranking, archetypic, unspotted, holy, vintage, noteworthy, important, standard, typic, immaculate, spotless, unadulterated, unmixed, authoritative, uncorrupted, ideal, same, real, unblemished, perfect, simple, sheer
excellent (part of speech: adjective)
tasteful (part of speech: adjective)
- Classic as well as Christian art, is indebted to visions for more than one signal success. - "Modern Magic", Maximilian Schele de Vere.
- I feel quite sure that you will really be senior classic. - "A Tale of a Lonely Parish", F. Marion Crawford.
- Who knows when we may see the sun go down, together again, over the classic waters of Sandypoint Bay. - "A Terrible Secret", May Agnes Fleming.