genre

[ zhahn-ruh; French zhahn-ruh ]SEE DEFINITION OF genre

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Erasmus made no further ventures in the genre of the Praise of Folly.

His genre differs from Dutch or French not in kind but in degree.

It might be compared to the vaudeville in opera or to the genre picture in art.

Yet, when properly played, it is one of the most effective of his compositions in this genre.

In this genre, if I am not misemploying that term, he remained without a peer.

This much on the general sources of beauty and ugliness will be sufficient for passing judgement on any genre of poems.

She was the highest in her genre; let the world decide which genre is the highest.

Fountains were adorned also with genre groups and animal forms.

And her success as an artist in this genre has been undoubtedly wonderful.

I could hardly have believed that any English painter was capable of work in this genre.'

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