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rhapsodize

Syllabification: rhap·so·dize
Pronunciation: /ˈrapsəˌdīz
 
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Definition of rhapsodize in English:

verb

[no object]
Speak or write about someone or something with great enthusiasm and delight: he began to rhapsodize about Gaby’s beauty and charm
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  • The soloist rhapsodizes in quiet ecstasy, and the orchestra reacts torporously, but with increasing movement.
  • As Akhundov showed Reiss the run-down, architecturally eclectic mansions of a century earlier, the guide rhapsodized in beautiful phrasing.
  • Some Net enthusiasts rhapsodize about the coming of McLuhan's Global Village, when in fact the fractures and fissures among religious groups are as strong as ever.

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