Related formsnon·lyr·i·cism, noun
Examples from the Web for lyricism
The whole book is of a kind almost unknown in a time when lyricism has become abstract and impersonal.The Cutting of an Agate|William Butler Yeats
He was the master of the nuance, and the nuance was his lyricism, his special gift, his genius.
We are grateful for his lyricism and for his exquisite goldsmithery.
Lyricism in France is a new faculty; I believe that the education of the Jesuits has been a considerable misfortune to letters.Bouvard and Pcuchet, part 2|Gustave Flaubert
Phrases of an apparent intensity and lyricism are negated by frivolous and tinkling passage-work.Musical Portraits|Paul Rosenfeld