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Definition of "bardic" [bard•ic]

  • Of or pertaining to bards (adjective)

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Use "bardic" in a sentence
  • "As drama these productions are utter failures, though their lyric passages are often beautiful; their chief effect was to stimulate the "bardic" movement represented by von Gerstenberg, Kretschmann, and the Viennese Jesuit"
  • "Their genre is steam­punk, and their musical form is extraordin­ary: They tell stor­ies, reviv­ing the word 'bardic' that one could have thought was lost forever."
  • "Like the third, this fourth sonata is more of a 'bardic' rhapsody on the subject than an attempt at actual presentation of it, although I have made use of all the suggestion of tone-painting in my power, ” just as the bard would have reinforced his speech with gesture and facial expression.”"