Examples of rhapsodize in a Sentence
rhapsodized about the food so as not to hurt their host's feelings
Recent Examples of rhapsodize from the Web
In interviews, Soderbergh has rhapsodized over this liberating method, and sworn to employ it on projects to come.
Al Savill, the team's majority owner, rhapsodized about a domed stadium in Downtown Indianapolis with 70,000 seats, something unimaginable to most Hoosiers at the time.
Before taking over, Adams rhapsodized about the possibilities inherent in dishes as simple as meatloaf.
Pinot noir, on the other hand, rhapsodized in the film, shot up 14 percent.
To my surprise, although a few choice moms mentioned the occasional loneliness of not being able to discuss her kid with someone who shares the connection, all rhapsodized over the benefits of not having an official co-parent.
The finale begins with a voiceover and Claire rhapsodizing about death and being at peace while sinking in a body of water.
When Isaac rhapsodizes about her pan-cultural explorations, Amir can barely keep from snorting.
So why is someone who was immensely relieved to get a C-plus in calculus rhapsodizing about mathematics?
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RHAPSODIZE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of rhapsodize for English Language Learners
: to praise or describe something or someone with a lot of enthusiasm and emotion
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