Examples of lyrical in a Sentence
She is noted for her lyrical moviemaking style.
a painter known for his lyrical landscapes
a lyrical account of frontier life
Recent Examples of lyrical from the Web
Bob Dylan Dylan's place in music is firmly cemented as lyrical and musical trailblazer who has influenced nearly every pop performer that followed him.
In this lyrical op-ed, writer Brianne James provides a personal take on the victories worth celebrating this Black History Month.
Also lyrical are paintings, deep blue under a starlit sky.
Thus, the foursome has many of the lyrical and dramatic possibilities of any concerto soloist, though not the agility that one associates with, say, a violinist who leaps into the ozone during the cadenza.
Her sophomore album is a ride through the emotional complexities of growing up, filled with lyrical and musical nuance.
Bryant teamed with director and supervising producer Glen Keane to create the lyrical and visually liquid six-minute animated film, which is based on Bryant’s retirement poem in which the point guard traces his lifetime love of the sport.
The Manhattan Center The lyrical little band box known as the Manhattan Center felt like 1993 again for Raw 25.
The friendship/hateship between Susan and Ro, the ways in which each experiences the mere existence of the other as both a reproach and a criticism, is one of the great delights of this lyrical and beautifully observed reflection on women’s lives.
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