verb (used without object), rhap·so·dized, rhap·so·diz·ing.
verb (used with object), rhap·so·dized, rhap·so·diz·ing.
Origin of rhapsodize
Examples from the Web for rhapsodize
Contemporary Examples of rhapsodize
She certainly knows how to court the intelligentsia; they rhapsodize when anyone says, “On the one hand, but on the other hand.”Here's How to Dig Out of This 'Stupid Sh*t' U.S. Foreign Policy
Leslie H. Gelb
August 13, 2014
Historical Examples of rhapsodize
A vision for an artist to rhapsodize over; but for a God to paint!The Cave of Gold
I do not wish to rhapsodize; he would have been the first to object to this.The Life of Johannes Brahms (Vol 1 of 2)
I had a suspicion, but held my peace and let her rhapsodize.The Mayor's Wife
Anna Katherine Green
"You must forgive me if I have seemed to rhapsodize," the young man stammered.The Sword of Damocles
Anna Katharine Green
Instead of answering the question, Valentine instantly began to rhapsodize about the child's face.Hide and Seek