What is another word for poetically?

Pronunciation: [pə͡ʊˈɛtɪkli] (IPA)

Poetically refers to something done in a lyrical, graceful, or emotionally expressive manner. Some synonyms for poetically include artistically, creatively, elegantly, imaginatively, and lyrically. Each word points towards the aesthetic quality of poetry, ranging from an emphasis on artistic skill, imaginative power or expressive beauty. Thus, one could describe a writer's style as creative, using fresh and innovative language, similarly, one could describe a musician's playing as elegant and graceful, imbuing each piece with a singular lyrical beauty. Ultimately, the choice of synonym used for poetically will depend on the context and creative vision that the writer or artist is trying to convey.

What are the hypernyms for Poetically?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Poetically

Complacent ignorance and stupidity have buzzed freely about him as he sat unaided and alone in what Mr. Browning poetically depicts as the prolonged travail of a portentous mental birth; and, as we are led to imagine, much well-meant remonstrance and advice rebounded from his closed door.
"A Handbook to the Works of Browning (6th ed.)"
Mrs. Sutherland Orr
I don't 'come home,' as you so poetically put it; I'm there all the time.
"Helena Brett's Career"
Desmond Coke
There, that is the proper, youthful way of expressing it poetically, is it not?
"One Maid's Mischief"
George Manville Fenn

Famous quotes with Poetically

  • I cannot accept the doctrine that in poetry there is a suspension of belief. A poet must never make a statement simply because it is sounds poetically exciting; he must also believe it to be true.
    W. H. Auden
  • The style in which I express myself, poetically, is one of appreciable literary inspiration.
    Cat Ellington
  • Dryden has neither a tender heart nor a lofty sense of moral dignity: where his language is poetically impassioned it is mostly upon unpleasing subjects; such as the follies, vice, and crimes of classes of men or of individuals.
    John Dryden
  • The grand style arises in poetry, when a noble nature, poetically gifted, treats with simplicity or with severity a serious subject.
    Matthew Arnold
  • I believe one of the functions of language used poetically is to explore experiences and hidden sources of behavior in a way that will not be tedious to the reader.
    Vernon Scannell

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