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EtymologyEdit

From imagist +‎ -ic or image +‎ -istic.

AdjectiveEdit

imagistic ‎(comparative more imagistic, superlative most imagistic)

  1. (art) Of or pertaining to imagism
    • 1988, January 29, “Justin Hayford”, in Stage Business: a young director mixes it up at the Goodman[1]:
      So much 'performance art' tends to be a kind of closed, aloof, imagistic, private vision.

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