Examples of lyricism in a Sentence
the lyricism of his paintings
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The pervasive lyricism and sense of elegance that defined the piece affirmed that the MJQ ethos still wields influence at this late date.
His compulsion fed a lyricism that separated him from peers.
Adding to the lyricism of the film is the dreamy-epic theme music by Kenji Kawai (Ghost in the Shell), while other incidental music sounds tacky and syrupy to Western ears.
Playwright Jennifer Barclay addresses a pressing issue with restraint, lyricism and even beauty, adopting much the same the style as Thornton Wilder’s classic play.
But the show turns up pictures, especially still-lifes, whose lyricism is as surprising as birds escaping a magician’s top hat.
Blaser, whether in solo, duo, trio, or large-group settings, balances lyricism and warmth with a bold approach to harmonies and textures.
Elena Ruehr New music Anyone who still believes that beauty and lyricism are frowned upon, or even undervalued, in contemporary music needs to make time right away for the string quartets of the American composer Elena Ruehr.
For fans of both modern and traditional folk, Paul bridges the gap between eras with his expressive lyricism and folk-pop style.
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LYRICISM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of lyricism for English Language Learners
: a quality that expresses deep feelings or emotions in a work of art : an artistically beautiful or expressive quality
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