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Rhapsodize   /rˈæpsədˌaɪz/   Listen
Rhapsodize

verb
(past & past part. rhapsodized; pres. part. rhapsodizing)
1.
Recite a rhapsody.  Synonym: rhapsodise.
2.
Say (something) with great enthusiasm.  Synonym: rhapsodise.






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"Rhapsodize" Quotes from Famous Books



... hiring a perfect race of ministers to explain it, God has never done much but creep around and try to catch us disobeying it. From college I went to New York, to the Columbia Law School. And for four years I lived. Oh, I won't rhapsodize about New York. It was dirty and noisy and breathless and ghastly expensive. But compared with the moldy academy in which I had been smothered——! I went to symphonies twice a week. I saw Irving and Terry and Duse and Bernhardt, from ...
— Main Street • Sinclair Lewis



Words linked to "Rhapsodize" :   narrate, rhapsody, tell, recite, enthuse, recount



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