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lyrical

adjective

Definition of LYRICAL

1
having a pleasantly flowing quality suggestive of music <the lyrical cadences of voice-over narration give the film a very poignant quality>
Related Words dulcet, golden, sweet
Antonyms unlyrical
2
having qualities suggestive of poetry <the photographer achieves a very lyrical effect with her intentionally blurred images of flowers growing in the wild>
Related Words metrical (or metric), rhyming (also riming), rhythmic (or rhythmical); rhapsodic (also rhapsodical); florid, flowery, grandiloquent, highfalutin (also hifalutin), high-flown, ornate, purple; glamorized (also glamourized), idealized, romanticized; figurative, metaphoric (or metaphorical), symbolic (also symbolical)

April 02, 2015
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