Even when he is most rhapsodical his speech never loses its ease and gentleness of tone.
This man of visions, this fantastic, rhapsodical––but we must not be hard upon him.
Scanlan tried to smile at the rhapsodical conceit, but for some private reason of his own he did not relish nor enjoy it.
As she was trying one of them on, she turned her head to speak to the rhapsodical manager.
In England, we too often alternate between a supercilious neglect of genius and a rhapsodical pursuit of quacks.
Many of these sonatas might almost be called rhapsodies; certainly a great many movements are rhapsodical.
All this rhapsodical laudation of the past will, in the long run, prove futile.
Impressed, the Cadi dismissed him, and would have laden him with silver, but the Dervish refused and went his rhapsodical way.
For the most part it was passionate speech rather than song, a rhapsodical declamation in hybrid rhythms.
I could pick out a dozen rhapsodical passages which with little change might well appear in his books of verse.