Definition of Lyricised

1. lyricise [v] - See also: lyricise



Lyricised Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lyricised

lyre snake
lyrebird
lyrebirds
lyreflower
lyrelike
lyres
lyric
lyric opera
lyric poem
lyrical
lyricality
lyrically
lyricalness
lyricalnesses
lyricise
lyricised (current term)
lyricises
lyricising
lyricism
lyricisms
lyricist
lyricists
lyricize
lyricized
lyricizes
lyricizing
lyrick
lyricless
lyricon
lyricons

Literary usage of Lyricised

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1. The Cruise of the Montauk to Bermuda, the West Indies and Florida by James McQuade (1885)
"... water-proof boots (the maker wants me to mention his name here, but I won't), and a heavy india rubber overcoat, formerly lyricised as ..."

2. In the Days of My Youth by T P O'Connor (1901)
"and Cox, which Frank Burnand arranged and ' lyricised ' in 1866. The history of this and its great success are facts so well known that I need not enter ..."

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