- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of rhapsodise.
“Jennings rhapsodises the river that dressed the events of that summer in their enduring magic.”
“Cattrall's Cleopatra loves Antony most in his absence; and she clinches the point beautifully when, after his death, she rhapsodises a lover who, in a sense, existed only in her dreams.”
“He rhapsodises about his Uncle Isaac removing his bandages at the end of each day, and smelling of "all kinds of medicaments".”
“Toynbeecertainly rhapsodises enoughabout David Miliband.”
“Flemish poet thus rhapsodises over his countrywomen's handiworks:”
“Walt Whitman and Blake; it hangs bad reproductions of Botticelli round the walls; it sings songs to Freedom; it rhapsodises about Beethoven and”
“Abolish luxury, if you please," -- thus he rhapsodises, -- "but leave us the soil upon which alone the virtues and all that is precious in human character grow, -- poverty, honest poverty!”
“He briefly rhapsodises about the beautiful summers, the mountains and the skiing, before adding, Thankfully I travel a lot because if I was just based here and not travelling, I'd be around the twist by now.”
“He rhapsodises about the Icelandic countryside and reminisces about an Icelandic friend he made at Peking University in the 1970s.”
“It's such an incredible survival," rhapsodises Sir Roy Strong.”
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