dithyrambic : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • a  of or in the manner of a dithyramb

  • Nor did the times suit his lyrical temperament, which today can express itself in dithyrambic celebrations.
  • Result: dithyrambic cries of foul play from aging (73) National Peasant Party Leader Juliu Maniu and National Liberal Party Leader Constantin Bratianu.
  • It is thus easier to understand the dithyrambic peroration with which, speaking as if in the presence of the Deity, the Premier opened the Gaullist campaign at a rally in Paris.

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