[ leed; German leet ]
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Why not be content with song-cycles or ballads, or lieder like Brahms's and Schumann's?

(Beilage) pp. 881-896; also reprinted in his Lieder un' Gedanken.

"You can call me Lieder, Hans Lieder," he said, and was gone.

To speak truly, they were more like little cantatas than lieder.

Olivia happened to be note-perfect in one or two of the Lieder.

Then at the little village of Lieder, everything disappeared.

Similar objections may be made to the conclusion of most of these Lieder.

I received him and the book of Lieder, which he brought with him.

The spring-songs are all, in the truest sense of the word, lieder—lyrics for music.

The hareem demanded another teacher, and Mrs. Lieder was sent out.