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symphonic

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What then in love can woman do? If we grow fond they shun us. And when we fly them, they pursue: But leave us when they've won us.
John Gay
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Etymology

symphony + -ic

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Adjective

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symphonic

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  1. (music) Characteristic of a symphony
    • 1923: George Bernard Shaw, The Perfect Wagnerite - Finally, Mozart's most dramatic finales and concerted numbers are more or less in sonata form, like symphonic movements, and must therefore be classed as musical prose.

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symphonic poem

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