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    pseudo-Victorian

    She had decided to go as Mina Harker from Dracula, and she was wearing her own Lysander design, a pseudo-Victorian concoction of black lace and pink silk. It even had a cool little top hat and veil.


    pseudo-Victorian ?? a dress which like the Victorian style?

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    Re: pseudo-Victorian

    /A learner/

    Just pretended to be Victorian.

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    Re: pseudo-Victorian

    Right. Looks Victorian, but is not authentically so.

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