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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of rhapsodise.

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Examples

  • Although I did once speak to a historical novelist who rhapsodised on the rigour of getting shoes right...

    :Acquired Taste

  • I particularly remember attending a dinner in Scotland at the home of the businessman and philanthropist Tom Hunter at which Evans held the audience literally spellbound as he rhapsodised about the future prospects for biotech.

    A Question of Honour

  • Some young men may have their lives transformed by modern dance classes, as Chris Smith rhapsodised (don't even think about it ...), some young heroin user may pull herself together and get a state-funded job counselling other heroin users.

    Archive 2004-02-15

  • Carl rhapsodised over the weekend about Lucero's prize-winning story, The Death of Fray Salvador Montano, Conquistador of Negros - about how magical and lyrically it was written, and how Hinirangesque it was.

    notes from the peanut gallery

  • We had taken ourselves far away from other people, 'Marcella Naevia rhapsodised.'

    See Delphi and Die

  • Some young men may have their lives transformed by modern dance classes, as Chris Smith rhapsodised don't even think about it ... , some young heroin user may pull herself together and get a state-funded job counselling other heroin users.

    Slash And Burn

  • 'You know, that's what I really look forward to,' he rhapsodised.

    The Gates of Noon

  • The female form is generally supposed to be "divine," and poets and painters have, from time immemorial, rhapsodised over "beauty unadorned."

    The Mystery of a Turkish Bath

  • The path of discovery, although narrowed through research, has not yet been entirely exhausted; for "fresh fields and pastures new," as hopeful as those about which Milton rhapsodised and as plenteously flowing with typical milk and honey as the promised land of the Israelites, are being continually opened up and offered to the oppressed and pauperised populations of Europe.

    Fritz and Eric The Brother Crusoes

  • Many would have rhapsodised over her lithe, slender form.

    Hubert's Wife A Story for You

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