Definition of Humoresk

1. a musical caprice [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Humoresk

humor aquosus
humor vitreus
humoral
humoral antibodies
humoral doctrine
humoral immune response
humoral immunities
humoral immunity
humoral pathology
humoral theory
humoralism
humoralisms
humoralist
humoralists
humored
humoresk (current term)
humoresks
humoresque
humoresques
humorful
humoring
humorise
humorised
humorises
humorising
humorism
humorist
humoristic
humoristically
humorists

Literary usage of Humoresk

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1. Music (1901)
"SOME TEACHING PIECES BY MR. ER KROEGER. humoresk in E Major. Cradle Song. humoresk in E minor. (Dance form.) Serenade. Op. 23. Gondellied. Op. 12. ..."

2. Russian Festivals and Costumes for Pageant and Dance by Louis Harvy Chalif (1921)
"Language of the Flowers. s '2-3. The Herald of Peace (or an angel's dance). w trumpet; s 2-3. Chopin Waltz in Cjt minor, s 2-3. humoresk; (Dvorak), s 2-3. ..."

3. Wer ist wer?: Das Deutsche WHO's WHOby August Ludwig Degener, Walter Habel by August Ludwig Degener, Walter Habel (1908)
"84 ud T.: Lied. u. Ballad. 92; Chr. Marlow 84; Neue Nov. 85; Herrin ihrer Hand 86; Neue Gebot 86; humoresk. ua 94; F├╝rst v. Verona 86; Astronom 93; ..."

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