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  • Info A classic is an outstanding example of a particular style, something of lasting worth or with a timeless quality. more...
  • Most of the songs have been re-recorded by the classic line-up over the years.
  • The book remains popular and is recognized as a classic in children's literature.
  • Since being released on home video and television it has become a cult classic.
  • She also appeared in an all-star horror classic in Britain around this time.
  • This classic scene was born when the film started to focus too much on Harry.
  • It has since been considered one of her all-time classics.
  • It is regarded by many in the field as a classic text.
  • The book is widely regarded as a classic on the human elements of software engineering.
  • During this time, he also read a wide variety of English classics and political works.
  • However, the classic interface remained available for those who wished to use it.
  • During the time I was with Yes, you heard new things, and classic things.
  • It has fast become a cult classic and sought after model in Australia.
  • They are considered classics of American children's literature and remain widely read.
  • It remains a classic in the history of science.
  • The chemistry though, was unable to match that of the classic line-up.
  • Each of his four books, several written in collaboration with others, has become a classic in its field.
  • Belgium is a classic example of a state that is not a nation state.
  • The film remade three classic episodes of the original series and included one original story.
  • Over the course of his career, he starred in many films widely considered classics.
  • The late-evening match is considered one of the greatest classics in the tournament's history.
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Meaning of classic

  • noun A creation of the highest excellence
  • noun An artist who has created classic works