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- adv. In a manner that is pleasing to hear, as singing.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a lyrical manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a lyric manner.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a lyrical manner
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Mr. Morris grabbed every chance to bend a phrase lyrically, as when, alone in the woods, Siegfried wonders what his mother was like and who his father was.
I love this song, not only because of the different guys 'voices, but because of the way it lurks slowly along with that druggy piano riff and the electro-drop-bass sound that creeps in - lyrically speaking the song is about trying to find that door, just on the verge of making it.
He read so lyrically from the the book Inkheart, that several of the book’s wicked characters ended up blinking and cursing on his cottage floor.
That one, the idea lyrically was, I think, pretty obvious.
He didnâ€ ™ t hear much expression lyrically, but luckily the sound makes up for it.
I think lyrically, it is such a sweet message about being there for your friends, I think it deserves that chance.
Appropriately titled Hiding In Full View, Alison Watt's recent paintings focus on swathes of lyrically convoluted fabrics that appear to screen unseen depths of melancholic reverie.
Twenty years later, Hip-Hop culture reanimated this particular activist thread, lyrically reporting on the nature of unfairness of the judicial system and the abuse of power by law enforcement.
In her most emotionally wrenching, lyrically written book since the multiple-award-winning Speak, Laurie Halse Anderson explores Lias descent into the powerful vortex of anorexia, and her painful path toward recovery.
A young women who has such a huge talent vocally, lyrically and instrumentally, combined with a resolute determination to make herself heard, can only be destined for good things.