Examples of lyricism in a Sentence
the lyricism of his paintings
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Owen/Cox Dance Group Bach is appreciated for his complex and cerebral fugues, theological symbolism and heart-breaking lyricism.
Park approached its technical demands with calm focus and, for the most part, pristine results, while also impressively underlining the lyricism.
A tenor saxophonist of svelte tone and free-flowing lyricism, Mr. Freeman, 67, is most at home in a swinging post-bop mode.
Instead of lyricism and warmth (or, for that matter, an encore), Perahia treated his crowd to percussive sparkle.
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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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