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Antonym: epicSimilar words: lyricspanegyriceyriemyriadsyringecopyrightlabyrinthsyrian desertMeaning: ['lɪrɪk]  n. 1. the text of a popular song or musical-comedy number 2. a short poem of songlike quality. v. write lyrics for (a song). adj. 1. expressing deep personal emotion 2. used of a singer or singing voice that is light in volume and modest in range 3. relating to or being musical drama 4. of or relating to a category of poetry that expresses emotion (often in a songlike way). 
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(1) William Wordsworth wrote lyric poetry/was a lyric poet.
(2) Wordsworth was one of the greatest lyric poets of his time.
(3) He is a lyric poet.
(4) This is a good example of Shelley's lyric poetry.
(5) This is a good example of his lyric poetry.
(6) This lyric sings well.
(7) The anthology reveals a prejudice in favour of lyric poets.
(8) Double rhythms, resounding through the lyric depiction and connecting with each other , indicate the thespian place of mankind and the cognition of the writer to this thespian place.
(9) The Lyric Theatre is presenting a new production of "Over the Bridge".
(10) This is a love lyric.
(11) Norbrook also recognises that the love lyric was not the only type of verse to enjoy popularity in the Renaissance.
(12) And her flights of memory are carried through lyric dance sequences that nicely exploit the five dancers' fluent technique.
(13) Some companies, such as Universal,( have set up lyric committees to prevent the release of offensive material.
(14) To appreciate the significance of the lyrical origin of tragedy, we must first elucidate lyric poetry as such.
(15) In the discourse of the lyric poem it is unlikely that we can ascribe indexical meaning to symbolic elements of deictic terms.
(16) Thus we can see that the discourse of lyric poetry is by no means unusual in its mobilisation of deixis.
(17) This runs freely at the end of the lyric composition as finally the speaker explicitly asserts his capacity to sing for love.
(18) Marr was overwhelmed by the bravery of the lyric and the immensely humane way in which Morrissey tackled the subject.
(19) Folk-song is the direct ancestor of lyric poetry, and the simplest artistic form that unites the Apolline and the Dionysiac.
(20) Freni traditionally epitomized poignancy and lyric charm[], tinged with a measure of sensuality.
(21) The lyric, he realized, had been spinning through his head all morning-I know a girL, name is Jill!
(22) Similarly, seventeenth-century literary history is not merely a progress of lyric development from Donne to Marvell.
(23) That is not the way Alma Cogan originally conceived her lyric.
(24) There are no special deictic terms or elements to be found in lyric poetry.
(25) The relation between these elements and terms, and the lyric poem, is then discussed.
(26) It is the interrelationship of these points that enables the analysis of deixis in the genre of the lyric poem to proceed.
(27) His idiosyncratic usage is at once fascinating for analysis and a warning against making unwary generalisations about lyric poetry.
(28) It was a cross between prose and poetry- a mixture of narrative, lyric and drama.
(29) Few critics join Ortega in refusing women even the conditions necessary to write lyric poetry on sentimental themes.
(30) He had a good ear for language, and was a talented scholar, translator, and lyric poet.
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