Synonyms for lyric
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LYRIC
"Hamlet," on the other hand, is almost a lyric; there is no counterpoise to the student-prince.
From the beginning to the end of his career he was as much a lyric poet as a dramatist.
In considering it we should come to an understanding of the nature of lyric, the purpose of this essay.
Such a poem must have its own immortality in lyric literature.
He wrote a thesis on the lyric poetry of our country comparing it with that of Europe.
The morning was lyric and set our hearts piping as we climbed the canyon.
But it is as a writer of the lyric proper that Lyly is best known.
This work, then, becomes states of fancy dramatized in lyric metre.
This lyric and the following are printed from the author's MSS.
The oli was in strict sense the lyric utterance of the Hawaiians.
"a lyric poem," 1580s, from Middle French lyrique "short poem expressing personal emotion," from Latin lyricus "of or for the lyre," from Greek lyrikos "singing to the lyre," from lyra (see lyre). Meaning "words of a popular song" is first recorded 1876. Related: lyrics.