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Definition of "anthemic" []

  • Suggestive of an anthem; rousing (adjective)

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Use "anthemic" in a sentence
  • "You may hear strains of '80s British bands such as Echo and the Bunnymen and the Cure, see common ground with contemporaries such as Arcade Fire and rock to the sound of what the mags call anthemic choruses."
  • "To address the problem, it ' s running television commercials featuring know-it-all New Yorkers like a hot-dog vendor discussing the art world ' s treatment of Jean-Michel Basquiat and a construction worker holding forth on the " anthemic " appeal of recent Broadway productions."
  • "You can tell they were "anthemic" because they had entire sections in which the singer sang "oh-way-oh" (or, alternatively "Oh-oh-oh") and the audience joined in enthusiastically without having to worry about remembering any lyrics."