Examples from the Web for rhapsodic
Lapine, who directed it, could do no better than admire his own good work by showing the rhapsodic performance in Six by Sondheim.Sondheim on Sondheim: American Musical Theater in Six Songs|Jimmy So|December 9, 2013|DAILY BEAST
It is incoherent, rhapsodic, half picture, half suggestion—materials rather than final structure.
Even a poem as rhapsodic as his "Corn" contains within it a realistic picture of the thriftless Georgia planter.
Of the writer she first knew through her "Seven Strings of the Lyre," a rhapsodic sketch.Margaret Fuller (Marchesa Ossoli)|Julia Ward Howe
British Dictionary definitions for rhapsodic
Word Origin and History for rhapsodic
1782, from Greek rhapsodikos "of or for a rhapsodist," from rhapsoidia (see rhapsody). Related: Rhapsodically (c.1600).