Definition of Rhapsodizing

1. Verb. (present participle of rhapsodize) ¹



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Definition of Rhapsodizing

1. rhapsodize [v] - See also: rhapsodize

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rhapsodizing

rhapsoders
rhapsodes
rhapsodic
rhapsodical
rhapsodically
rhapsodies
rhapsodise
rhapsodised
rhapsodises
rhapsodising
rhapsodist
rhapsodists
rhapsodize
rhapsodized
rhapsodizes
rhapsodizing (current term)
rhapsody
rhason
rhasons
rhatanhy
rhatanies
rhatany
rhathymia
rhe
rhea
rheae
rheas
rhebok
rheboks

Literary usage of Rhapsodizing

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1. Musicians and Music-lovers, and Other Essays by William Foster Apthorp (1894)
"... having nothing definite to say,—about the fifth symphony, for instance,—try to eke out their indistinct thought by falling into the rhapsodizing vein. ..."

2. Musicians and Music-lovers, and Other Essays by William Foster Apthorp (1894)
"... by using the open notes, than he often does by writing chromatic passages for them ! " This was a technical point; as for rhapsodizing about the ..."

3. Evolution in Science, Philosophy, and Art: Popular Lectures and Discussions by Brooklyn Ethical Association (1891)
"... deficient in faculty or interest, though it is not safe to judge by the fact merely that no specimens remain to us. The rhapsodizing consisted in the ..."

4. Evolution in Science, Philosophy, and Art: Popular Lectures and Discussions by Brooklyn Ethical Association (1891)
"The rhapsodizing consisted in the recitation of epic or lyric poems, in a monotonous chant of rising and falling tones. The accompanying music was of the ..."

5. The Meaning of Good: A Dialogue by Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson (1901)
"Audu- bon even joined in, forgetting for the moment his customary pose, and rhapsodizing with the rest over his favourite pursuits of snipe-shooting and ..."

6. The Honey-comb: Or, Nine-months by Ruth Van Saun (1920)
"Now and again she falls into rhapsodizing upon her unborn babe, her girlhood days, Christmas and Thanksgiving times, the old barn at home, the apple orchard ..."

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