Of, relating to, or imitative of a revival of a Georgian style in architecture.
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- Above the curve is the blank wall of the fly-tower of the new main theatre, which is carefully proportioned in terracotta panels almost as a rebuke to the yawning pinched tedium of the local '30s stretched neo-Georgian style.
- They throw up their hands in despair as more and more rows of so-called neo-Georgian or Tudor style houses are built.
- The three-storey house, built in neo-Georgian style, also has a gym and conservatory with all bedrooms featuring en-suite facilities.
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