[ bahy-ron-ik ]
/ baɪˈrɒn ɪk /
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of or relating to Lord Byron.
possessing the characteristics of Byron or his poetry, especially romanticism, melancholy, and melodramatic energy.
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OTHER WORDS FROM ByronicBy·ron·i·cal·ly, adverbBy·ron·ism [bahy-ruh-niz-uhm], /ˈbaɪ rəˌnɪz əm/, noun
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How to use Byronic in a sentence
If you are really so attracted to Byronism, why not have chosen a suitable quotation from Lermontov?The Life & Letters of Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky|Modeste Tchaikovsky
The germ of Byronism may be clearly detected already in the Wertherism of those times.
At all events the beginning of Byronism—of the outward, visible Byronism, that is to say—is there.
Curiously enough, indeed, even the political Byronism can be seen coming to birth at the time of the writing of the Journal.
Well, people catch Byronism, and get over it, much as Southey got over his republicanism.The American Mind|Bliss Perry