lyric

  1. the text of a popular song or musical-comedy number
  2. a short poem of songlike quality

Lyric

• (n.) The words of a song. • (n.) A lyric poem; a lyrical composition. • (a.) Alt. of Lyrical • (n.) A composer of lyric poems. • (n.) A verse of the kind usually employed in lyric poetry; -- used chiefly in the plural.
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Lyric

(from Greek lyra 'song') The lyric form is as old as Egypt (surviving examples date back to 2600 BCE
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lyric

lyrical adjective expressing deep personal emotion; `the dancer`s lyrical performance`
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Lyric

Lyr'ic noun 1. A lyric poem; a lyrical composition. 2. A composer of lyric poems. [ R.] Addison. 3. A verse of the kind usually employed in lyric poetry; -- used chiefly in the plural .
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Lyric

A brief poem that expresses the personal emotions and thoughts of a single speaker, not necessarily of the poet.
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lyric

A poem which expresses the poet┬┤s thoughts and feelings.
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Lyric

a short non-narrative poem that has a solitary speaker, and that usually expresses a particular feeling, mood, or thought. [Contributor: Dr. Ismail S. Talib, National University of Singapore.]
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lyric

a verse or poem that is, or supposedly is, susceptible of being sung to the accompaniment of a musical instrument (in ancient times, usually a lyre) ... [21 related articles]
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Lyric

a. Literary genre pertaining to the absolute uniqueness of poets' sensations, b. Identified with art in general because it symbolizes expression of sentiment (Croce). -- L.V.
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lyric

Literary genre including any short, personal, and passionate form of verse, usually a meditation on a single idea or theme with the goal of evoking emotion. The term does not imply a particular rhythm, rhyme scheme, or technique but an interest in limiting experience to a single, emotional peak; in this way, lyric poetry can be distinguished fr...
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Lyric

Lyric is an English name for boys and girls. The meaning is `lyre` The name Lyric is most commonly given to American girls. In the Netherlands it is (almost) solely given to girls Use for the other sex: Lyric What do they use in other countries? Lyrik The name sounds like: Lark
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lyric

lyric, in ancient Greece, a poem accompanied by a musical instrument, usually a lyre. Although the word is still often used to refer to the songlike quality in poetry, it is more generally used to refer to any short poem that expresses a personal emotion, be it a sonnet, ode, song, or elegy. In earl...
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lyric

of or relating to poetry that expresses emotion
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lyric

short poem in which the poet, the poet's persona, or a speaker expresses personal feelings, and often addressed to the reader (originally, a poem sung to a lyre).
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Lyric

Short poem in which the poet, the poet's persona, or a speaker expresses personal feelings, and ofte
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lyric

song-like, as opposed to dramatic.
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lyric

[adj] - (music) relating to or being musical drama 2. [adj] - (poetry) `lyric poetry` 3. [adj] - (music 4. [adj] - expressing deep personal emotion 5. [n] - the text of a popular song or musical-comedy number 6. [n] - a short poem of songlike quality 7. [v] - write lyrics for (a song)
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