Basic Guidelines For English Spellings
1The prevailing character or atmosphere of a place.‘Having visited his bare-bones Tribeca studio with its funky, timbered two-story space, I've gotten a sense of the genius loci of Georges's recent art.’
- ‘We can learn a ton about baseball while feeling both the spine shivers of contact with ‘holy’ items and the touch of genius loci, the magic of real and special places.’
- ‘The objective was to find the genius loci of a place and in Lasdun's words ‘the soul of the building’.’
- ‘The first addresses the question of how to preserve, respect or regenerate genius loci under fast changing conditions.’
- ‘The lure of money has typically overcome the genius loci that might otherwise have protected the city's sites of catastrophe and loss.’
- 1.1The presiding god or spirit of a place.
- ‘She supposes that, in earlier times, ‘every tree, every spring, every stream, every hill had its own genius loci, its guardian spirit’.’
Latin, literally ‘spirit of the place’.
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