Simple past tense and past participle of rhapsodize. (verb)
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Use "rhapsodized" in a sentence
"It is really a matter of judgment whether one feels that William Blake's lyric but loony verses "rhapsodized" (to use ecstatic speech or writing) over heavy industry; Chesterton and I both felt that his meaning was obscure."
"High-score phobics rhapsodized about the bloody-nose days of Dick Butkus and Ray Nitschke."
"In the late 1950s, when Provence was still an uncharted destination, writer Lawrence Durrell rhapsodized about an enchanted landscape — vines that were "glittering silver-green bundles, or softly powdered by the gold dust of the summers," set against a "taut wind-haunted blue sky," wh ere the "great wines of the south sleep softly on the French earth.""