Related formsdith·y·ram·bi·cal·ly, adverbun·dith·y·ram·bic, adjective
Examples from the Web for dithyrambic
This was the dithyrambic exaltation they had ardently waited for.
Ion, having carried off the prize in a dithyrambic contest, distributed to every Athenian citizen a cup of Chian wine.
Turning to the dithyrambic utterances of the London Press at the time we can hardly wonder at the hallucination.In the Heart of Vosges|Matilda Betham-Edwards
I assure you that I am not in the least degree capable of writing a dithyrambic ode, or any other kind of ode.Maria Edgeworth|Helen Zimmern
And of harp-playing and dithyrambic poetry in general, what would you say?Gorgias|Plato