Definition of Lyricized

1. lyricize [v] - See also: lyricize



Lyricized Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lyricized

lyric poem
lyrical
lyricality
lyrically
lyricalness
lyricalnesses
lyricise
lyricised
lyricises
lyricising
lyricism
lyricisms
lyricist
lyricists
lyricize
lyricized (current term)
lyricizes
lyricizing
lyrick
lyricless
lyricon
lyricons
lyrics
lyrid
lyrie
lyriferous
lyriform
lyrism
lyrisms
lyrist

Literary usage of Lyricized

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1. By and Large by Franklin Pierce Adams (1914)
"When as in silks his Julia went Whom Herrick lyricized with passion, The press declared Gehenna-sent Each new and ..."

2. Dwight's Journal of Music: A Paper of Art and Literature by John Sullivan Dwight (1865)
"... upon its first performance we gave the necessarily hasty opinion that "Notre Dame" was at least equal in spirit and purpose to the lyricized version of ..."

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