Similar words: pyre, lyric, lyrics. Meaning: ['laɪə(r)] n. a harp used by ancient Greeks for accompaniment.
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1. They are Vega in the constellation Lyra, the lyre.
2. The minstrel drew sweet sounds from his lyre and waked in all the longing for the dance.
3. Orpheus, using a lyre to charm the denizens of hell into giving him back his lady.
4. Awake, harp and lyre; I will awaken the dawn!
5. Lightness wouldn't last if it wasn't used lyre.
6. Or gold, ivory, purple a lyre a little knife a flower a shrub?
7. With his lyre and the sweet accents of the choir of the Muses at Olympus.
8. With his gold lyre and his sweet voice he led the choir of the Muses.
9. Without lyre , without lute or chorus,[http://Sentencedict.com] Death a silent pilot comes at last.
10. The exquisite Lyre of Ur, the world's most ancient musical instrument, was found badly damaged.
11. Awake, my soul! Awake, harp and lyre! I will awaken the dawn.
12. But this Eros had cast aside his bow and cruel arrows; he sat playing a lyre!
13. The allure of pipes, of a lute, of a lyre, a flute.
14. Davide, called by his father to the piano, took up a sheet and set it on the mahogany lyre stand.
15. She is rather like a lyric author herself, a bit of a lyre.
16. Overcome with grief[sentencedict.com], Orpheus played heartbreaking songs on his lyre.
17. Only a few musicians know how to strike a lyre.
18. Amphion is said to have built thebes by the music of his lyre.
19. Nero did have a musical gift and could play the lyre or the cithara. Stringed instruments resembling the fiddle, however, weren't invented until the 11th century.
20. Begin the music , strike the tambourine , play the melodious harp and lyre.
21. His son, Orpheus, took over such skill from the father that his lyre moved man and animals alike.
22. Praise the LORD with the harp ; make music to him on the ten - stringed lyre.
23. It is necessary to know and study the drawbar performance of the used driven lyre for the best use of the tractor.
24. Epic poetry and Tragedy, Comedy also and Dithyrambic poetry, and the music of the flute and of the lyre in most of their forms, are all in their general conception modes of imitation.
25. Raise a song, strike the timbrel, The sweet sounding lyre with the harp.
26. The poetry was chanted to the accompaniment of the lyre.
27. The symbols of Apollo were the wolf, swan, raven, stag, dolphin, laurel, and lyre.