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Byronic División en sílabas: By·ron·ic
Pronunciación: /bīˈränik/

Definición de Byronic en inglés:

adjetivo

1Characteristic of Lord Byron or his poetry.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • We had this wonderful Byronic poet and, as with so many family stories, it was about love and money, and the loss of that money.
  • ‘He really was the last of these Byronic figures we don't see any more: warrior poets, great seducers,’ he says.
  • I've written an article on Byronic heroes in popular culture (a miniature version of an as yet unpublished book on the topic), and this is one of the heroes discussed.
1.1(Of a man) alluringly dark, mysterious, or moody.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • There was the Byronic man, sensitive and heroic - especially popular amongst young men of the 1830s and 1840s, and modelled after Lord Byron with his leonine head, fair skin, and a body which was regularly subjected to dieting.
  • Tall, broad-shouldered, and in his mid-thirties, he was the personification of Yuppie men in cologne commercials: sleek, well-dressed, Byronic, and very much aware of it.
  • Quinn simply did not like the elfinly angelic man dressed in a cross between a Byronic poet and a punk rocker sitting across from him.

Palabras que riman con Byronic

anachronic, animatronic, bionic, Brythonic, bubonic, canonic, carbonic, catatonic, chalcedonic, chronic, colonic, conic, cyclonic, daemonic, demonic, diatonic, draconic, electronic, embryonic, euphonic, harmonic, hegemonic, histrionic, homophonic, hypersonic, iconic, ionic, ironic, isotonic, laconic, macaronic, Masonic, Miltonic, mnemonic, monotonic, moronic, Napoleonic, philharmonic, phonic, Platonic, Plutonic, polyphonic, quadraphonic, sardonic, saxophonic, siphonic, Slavonic, sonic, stereophonic, subsonic, subtonic, symphonic, tectonic, Teutonic, thermionic, tonic, transonic, ultrasonic

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