Definition of 'lyrical'
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The transport minister has just waxed lyrical on something called'The journey to beauty. Times, Sunday Times (2016)While it may seem like an unnecessary extra step, the make-up pros wax lyrical about it. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Or would 90 minutes discussing the future of America strain his ability to wax lyrical on policy detail? Times, Sunday Times (2016)What were the key lyrical themes you explored? The Sun (2012)What lyrical themes did you pursue on this album? The Sun (2010)What are the abiding lyrical themes of the album? The Sun (2011)They made their name with shimmering melodic hooks allied to unsettling lyrical themes. The Sun (2010)There are all sorts of lyrical themes. The Sun (2008)Is there a lyrical theme running through the songs? The Sun (2010)Italian is a beautiful and lyrical idiom. Times, Sunday Times (2010)What lyrical themes did you explore? The Sun (2015)What are your typical lyrical themes? The Sun (2008)One cab driver waxed almost lyrical. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He waxed lyrical about collective government. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Bland's writing is lyrical and often beautifully descriptive. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Although it is not a concept album, did you find lyrical themes emerging? The Sun (2011)What the songs lack in innovation, they make up for in lyrical beauty. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Paint the picture, wax lyrical with the colour. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The lyrical themes take in the huge changes to the guys' personal lives over the past two years. The Sun (2013)No doubt he will be waxing lyrical on what a wonderful place Dubai is for his bank to do business. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The problem is that all kind of good musical and lyrical themes come across as thrown together, rather than making coherent sense. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Many British tourists visiting Spain often wax lyrical about the way their hosts know how to eat properly. Times, Sunday Times (2011)So why did you call the album The Story and what lyrical themes do you explore on it? The Sun (2008)It didn't turn out to be the big thing but it was more poetic, more lyrical. The Sun (2008)The rest of the audience will probably have been struck by the piece's easily digestible, often lyrical manner. Times, Sunday Times (2013)I am sure people will be waxing lyrical about what a nice bloke he is and that will go in his favour on the balance of things. The Sun (2015)
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Translations for 'lyrical'
British English: lyrical ADJECTIVE
Something that is lyrical is poetic and romantic.
His paintings became more lyrical.
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