Origin of rhapsodist
Examples from the Web for rhapsodist
As for "the iron age," no "rhapsodist" introduces so much as one iron spear point.Homer and His Age|Andrew Lang
If it proves anything, it proves that Cynaethus, who was a Chian and a rhapsodist, made no claim to Homeric descent.
This is not the joy of the fanatic or of the fakir or of the rhapsodist.Studies in the Epistle of James|A. T. Robertson
All fire and flame at that time for Nietzsche, I did not realise that the poet and rhapsodist had forerunners.Egoists|James Huneker
Liszt, that Hungarian rhapsodist in amours, was he not also an abbé?The Love Affairs of Great Musicians, Volume 1|Rupert Hughes
British Dictionary definitions for rhapsodist
Word Origin and History for rhapsodist
1650s, from French rhapsodiste, from rhapsode, from Greek rhapsodos (see rhapsody).