to talk with extravagant enthusiasm.
to speak or write rhapsodies.
to recite as a rhapsody.
- Also especially British, rhap·so·dise .
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How to use rhapsodize in a sentence
As a reporter for The Post, I cover space and have spoken with lots of astronauts, all of whom rhapsodized about space and flying in weightlessness.How you too can experience weightlessness without having to go to space | Christian Davenport | October 28, 2021 | Washington Post
During his San Francisco days, author Mark Twain rhapsodized about his oyster intake.Undersea vertical farms could be the future of sustainable seafood | Maria Finn/Hothouse | October 13, 2021 | Popular-Science
In Vanity Fair, when Affleck is “starry-eyed” and “rhapsodizing” about Lopez, it’s not a good look for him.The Jennifer Lopez-Ben Affleck recoupling is the greatest gossip story we’ve had in years | Constance Grady | August 24, 2021 | Vox
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 | THE DAILY BEAST
You can shut yourself up in your room now, and rhapsodize over the dear face, the lovely mouth, the soft voice of your beloved.A Black Adonis | Linn Boyd Porter
The beauty of Italy is so proper and Church of England that you are looked upon as a dissenter if you do not rhapsodize about it.As Seen By Me | Lilian Bell
Yes, I know I'm silly, and that you have the twins to rhapsodize about, but girls are so much more picturesque in the clothes!The Garden, You, and I | Mabel Osgood Wright
She was unable to rhapsodize much over the seven new bungalows and the two garages which Kennicott had made to seem so important.Main Street | Sinclair Lewis
Mrs. Middleton began to rhapsodize over the elms and oaks and some rooks in the distance that were really crows.Elsie Marley, Honey | Joslyn Gray
British Dictionary definitions for rhapsodize
to speak or write (something) with extravagant enthusiasm
(intr) to recite or write rhapsodies
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