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  • adjective Obsolete form of scenic.


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  • Whose hearts yet ache, when Retrospection news The woes and wanderings of the scenick Muse;

    The works in verse and prose 1812

  • The ship looming at sea is a beautiful object; and the whole landscape, as far as the season admitted, is delineated with prospective accuracy, and scenick effect.

    Collections Massachusetts Historical Society cn 1792


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