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poetic

, poetical
1. of or relating to poetry
2. characteristic of poetry, as in being elevated, sublime, etc.
3. characteristic of a poet
4. recounted in verse
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To "dwell poetically" has by now become the kind of language used by property developers to sell real estate, mixed in with cliches about European-style luxury.
Her grandson is guarding them" Broadcaster Gyles Brandreth tweets some fascinating information "Go, if you believe that one beautifully, thoughtfully poetically created mouthful is worth an entire bottle of inferior quality.
Alchemy's Daughter is a poetically written historical fiction novel.
Divided into sections, each revolving around a magical word, "The Wisdom of Merlin" poetically explores the concepts of Gratitude, Courage, Knowledge, Belief, Wonder, Generosity, Hope, and Love.
In his 1965 memoir, Starlight Nights, famed variable-star observer and comet hunter Leslie Peltier recounts an early childhood view of the cluster and describes it as his "first meeting with the stars." Keen-eyed observer Stephen James O'Meara poetically likens the sight to "a forest of starlight bathed in moonlit mist."
Did they trail him to the Mermaid, Mumbles, and catch the spray as he poetically emoted?
Corey Robin, a political science professor at Brooklyn College, put it even more poetically; "There are lots of ways to be Jewish," he said, "but worshiping a heavily militarized state seems like a bit of a comedown from our past."
NATIONAL Poetry Day and Forward Poetry Prize founder William Sieghart will be giving out his own poetry prescriptions to the poetically malnourished in a special event in Hartlepool next month.
Originally published in German as Wir Flieger: Kriegserinnerungen eines Unbekannten by Koehler Verlag in 1933, this autobiographical novel written by a German pilot poetically describes flying and fighting on the Western Front during 1917 and 1918.
With her husband, Sean Feder, supporting on dobro and banjo and producer/multi-instrumentalist, Rich Brotherton (whose album credits are a mile long), providing sympathetic support, it is indeed a paradigm of harsh truths poetically delivered.
Thought-provoking and poetically written with a profound attention to detail, Crace creates an intriguing moral fable that will stay with you long after you've finished the last page.
"It is classic McGonagall - charming and amusing yet poetically on a par with his most famously bad works."