Definition of dirgelike in English:

dirgelike

Line breaks: dirge|like
Pronunciation: /ˈdəːdʒlʌɪk
 
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adjective

(Of music) having the slow, mournful character of a dirge: a dirgelike rendition of ‘The Internationale’
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  • The new album incorporates ethnic vocal laments from Eastern Europe and a dirge-like hymn from a Croatian church congregation.
  • His songs have a hymnal quality, their insistent melodies dirge-like.
  • The dirge-like sounds coming out of the orchestra are anything but cheerful.

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