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Definition of Folklike
1. folkish [adj] - See also: folkish
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Literary usage of Folklike
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Maecenas And The Madrigalist: Patrons, Patronage, And The Origins Of The by Anthony M. Cummings (2004)
"... and sections in ternary meter enliven the basically duple rhythmic pattern; themes are light and folklike, often in repeated notes of equal value. 7. ..."
2. The Musical World (1868)
"... so wonderfully folklike, and themselves music as f.ir as rhythm is concerned, besides being well calculated to set the heart in a flutter. ..."
3. The Complete Opera Book: The Stories of the Operas, Together with 400 of the by Gustav Kobbé, Katharine Wright (1922)
"one of the most brilliant airs for coloratura soprano, affording the greatest contrast to the folklike ballad which preceded it, and making with it one of ..."