from The Century Dictionary.
- Tearful; lacrymose.
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Rely upon it, for every crime which is brought to light, and made the subject of commitment and trial by the institution of a police force, ten previously existed, undetected and unpunished, before men were driven to the _flebile remedium_, the
His frottole are distinguished by uncommon grace and gaiety, for the frottola was generally rather passionate and melancholy, and full of what Castiglione called "flebile dolcezza."
The melody of the C minor portion of the first is very expressive, and the second has in the C sharp minor portion the peculiar Chopinesque flebile dolcezza.
Regarding the first nocturne (in F minor) of Op. 55, we will note only the flebile dolcezza of the first and the last section, and the inferiority of the more impassioned middle section.
Fratres Thebani, et flebile fatuin Pompeii quem non delaflavere legentem?
517-18 'Aeacus ingemuit tristique ita uoce _locutus_:/"flebile principium melior fortuna secuta est"'.
[Et memor JEnea lux mea, seddare tantum Est desiderium flebile suavioli.