Set phrase: Definition, meaning and example of 笔走龙蛇

By | July 1, 2013

Definition of 笔走龙蛇 (Bǐ zǒu lóng shé)

笔走龙蛇refers the status that one writes an article smoothly at his or her wishes, or it is used to describe vivid, fast and yet beautiful calligraphy.

Example of 笔走龙蛇

书法家笔走龙蛇,把字体升华为艺术。

Calligraphers can use a pen to create snakes and dragons, making fonts into arts.

Synonyms: 笔底龙蛇、行云流水、龙飞凤舞、字走龙蛇、妙笔生花
Antonyms: 春蚓秋蛇、弯弯曲曲、鬼画桃符

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