Third-person singular simple present indicative form of wax. (verb)
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Use "waxes" in a sentence
"The Post once again waxes rhapsodic about the Montgomery County Public Schools [“Gold star for Montgomery schools,” editorial, Sept. 23]."
"The segment was titled “I Like It Dirty”, and Bourdain waxes poetic about street meat like only he can, likening waiting on the long line to waiting outside a methodone clinic “only more rewarding ultimately.”"
"Justin waxes eloquent about Kohler's sexy, outre and somewhat impractical new line of plumbing fixtures:"