[lir-uh-siz-uh m] /ˈlɪr əˌsɪz əm/
character or style, as in poetry.
feeling; enthusiasm, especially when unrestrained or exaggerated.
the quality or style of lyric poetry
emotional or enthusiastic outpouring
1760, from lyric + -ism.
[lir-uh-sist] /ˈlɪr ə sɪst/ noun 1. a person who writes the for songs. 2. a poet. /ˈlɪrɪsɪst/ noun 1. a person who writes the words for a song, opera, or musical play 2. Also called lyrist. a lyric poet n. 1832, “one skilled in lyric composition;” from lyric + -ist. Meaning “one who writes lyrics” […]
[lir-uh-sahyz] /ˈlɪr əˌsaɪz/ verb (used without object), lyricized, lyricizing. 1. to write . 2. to write lyrically or in a style. verb (used with object), lyricized, lyricizing. 3. to put into form; treat in a style.
- Lyric poetry
noun a type of emotional songlike poetry, distinguished from dramatic and narrative poetry Word Origin Greek lurikos ‘for the lyre’, from verses sung to a lyre
[lahy-ridz] /ˈlaɪ rɪdz/ noun, (used with a plural verb) Astronomy. 1. a collection of meteors comprising a meteor shower (Lyrid meteor shower) visible April 22 and having its apparent origin in the constellation Lyra.