poetic en Inglés
a sweet and tranquil Germany composed of burghers, a little heavy and slow perhaps, but atoning for their natural uncouthness by an innocent and poetic sentimentalism.
"Then I lay my noddle on her shoulder and put my arm round her waist. Around all is silence, you know ... poetic twilight. I could embrace the whole world at such a moment. Pyotr Petrovitch, allow me to embrace you!"
"Thou hast poetic memories," Pilar said.
Debby Boone achieved poetic catharsis and ceased.
Fata Morgana was poetic crap, in short.
Her expression was aloof, poetic, rhapsodical. Aileen could not analyze it, but it fixed her attention completely.
Meidanov responded to the poetic fibres of her nature; a man of rather cold temperament, like almost all writers, he forced himself to convince her, and perhaps himself, that he adored her, sang her praises in endless verses, and read them to her with a peculiar enthusiasm, at once affected and sincere.
Mary always greatly enjoyed reading Tom's poetic letters.
The fact that in his stupidity he unconsciously threw a poetic glamour over her made her seem, as it were, whiter, sleeker, more unapproachable.
If you want to get a clear idea of the poetic ideal of the uncivilized Russian, you should turn up our ballads, our legends.