Definition of wax lyrical in the Idioms Dictionary. wax lyrical phrase. What does
wax lyrical expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary.
The other remaining contemporary uses of 'wax' with the meaning of 'grow',
survive in various expressions like 'wax poetic' and 'wax lyrical'. These are often ...
Sep 8, 2011 ... Sorry to keep this short, but some people can wax lyrical about this and I'm ... The
idiom wax lyrical means to talk about something with a lot of ...
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Dec 13, 2008 ... A reader is puzzled by the phrase 'Wax poetic'. ... I am wondering if you could
explain what wax poetic means and its origin. ... as your wax poetic and similar
formations — wax eloquent, wax lyrical, even wax sententious.
 In terms of the origin of the phrase, wax means "to grow." So it literally means
to... ... to wax lyrical, to wax eloquent. This definition is under the headword "wax
To wax is to grow larger or increase, whereas wane means to grow smaller or ...
Figuratively, if you wax eloquent, lyrical or poetic about something, you talk ...
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wax (countable and uncountable, plural waxes) ... Any preparation containing
wax, used as a polish. ..... to wax lyrical; to wax eloquent; to wax wode .... Origin
uncertain; probably from phrases like to wax angry, wax wode, and similar (see .....