- 1Make poetic in character.More example sentences
- Mayor Woolstencroft poeticized these sentiments saying, ‘It is as if the world holds its breath as we make these remarks… Today, we turn more than sod; we turn a page in our community's history.’
- Many writers have tried to poeticize drug abuse, to portray their habits as fanciful rather than merely destructive.
- Who gave her anything close to the right to poeticize this death and this mother's slow disintegration?
- 1.1 [no object] Write or speak poetically.More example sentences
- The more Clausewitz poeticizes, the more convinced the reader is that friction is in fact paramount in war, theory nothing.
- He could poeticize for hours about the ‘fluorescent orbs.’
- One remaining issue perhaps needs a little comment to elaborate the contrast between poeticising and ideologising the reading of a text, or the listening to the patient.
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- There wasn't an appreciable sonic variation, other than perhaps a touch more slide guitar weaving through the aching poeticisms on the second, and stronger, offering.
- One needs to try to avoid poeticism where possible.
- The instrumentation on the record has a strange sensuality to it, acting as kind of redemptive salve and counterpoint to the jagged poeticism of the lyrics.
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