lyrist[ lahyuh r-ist for 1; lir-ist for 2 ]SEE DEFINITION OF lyrist
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The Parisian did not cease to be a Provençal; and the novelist was a lyrist still.
You are as delightful a lyrist as you are a sonneteer, and I could not give you higher praise.
Let it be noted, however, that the lyrist has used a poetic licence in his dates.
His tantalizing gleams of talent as a lyrist have been already mentioned.
Moore was termed a 'lyrist,' and here we are told about his lyre.
Him too, never celebrated by any other tongue, I the Roman lyrist first made known.
As a lyrist Scott especially excelled, and as a novelist he takes rank among the foremost.
He is the first Scottish lyrist and the introducer of the pastoral to English literature.
The lyrist complains to Love, pities Love for her scorning, and threatens to go away with Love, who is on his side.
The dramatic writer ought to disappear in his drama; if he does not do so he is not a dramatic writer, but a lyrist in disguise.