unlyrical

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adjective un·lyr·i·cal \ˌən-ˈlir-i-kəl\

Definition of unlyrical

  1. :  not lyrical … a sad song that gets worse and worse and comes to an unlyrical end. — John Calvin Batchelor

1823

First Known Use of unlyrical

1823


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