1 (also Carolean /karəˈliːən/) Relating to the reigns of Charles I and II of England: a Caroline poet
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- Recently, I discovered that it is the only Carolean house in the area, dating from the time of Charles II.
- In its range and quality this œuvre, together with many commissions depicting the Caroline aristocracy, was without precedent in England.
- Van Dyck's success lay in his ability to portray the poetic ideals that sustained the Caroline court.
Early 17th century: from medieval Latin Carolus 'Charles'.
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