Definition of pseudo-classic in English:

pseudo-classic

adjective

  • That pretends or is mistakenly held to be classic; falsely or spuriously classic in style.

noun

  • With the. Art, architecture, or literature considered to be pseudo-classic. Now usually as a count noun: a work of this type.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Museum of Foreign Literature. From pseudo- + classic.

Pronunciation

pseudo-classic

/ˌs(j)uːdəʊˈklasɪk/