Noun(1) an enthusiastic expression of emotion(2) (music(3) (in ancient Greece
(1) As in the rhapsody , Hadley's music makes its subject appear with utter clarity in the mind's eye.(2) Some of the most interesting parts early in the movie occur when Varda moves away from the bohemian rhapsody , and follows Clarke, as she is guided through late 1960s LA in a taxi, allowing Varda's documentary instinct to kick in.(3) A few notes from the rhapsody of praise composed in his honour in his lifetime should be enough to whet new curiosity.(4) Write a cycle of business poems - a rhapsody to measurable results.(5) The ethos has little in common with that of science fiction; rather, it's a rhapsody on the miraculous benefits the Victorians were expecting their harnessing of electricity to bring to them.(6) Curtis captures the angst of first love, the rhapsody of a first kiss and the intricacy of families.(7) Mr. Kumar has been able to capture the rhapsody of colours of Nature in full bloom.(8) The strange songs he would sing during his morning shower were a constant source of bemusement to all who had the luxury of hearing his rhapsody .(9) A rhapsody of intricate plots emerges and, with luck, hilarity ensues.(10) Kuerten sends the Parisian crowd into rhapsody by winning the longest rally of the match with a thrilling forehand pass.(11) It is a creation of his old age but the scintillating youthful spirit with which it sparkles inclines one to believe that the grand old man was reliving his lost youth through this romantic rhapsody of a story.(12) This story would be highly unremarkable if not for the fact that William Gibson, author of Neuromancer and cyberpunk pioneer, wrote a little rhapsody to the Selectric type ball.(13) The rhapsody draws a moral from the mundane machine; Zhang Shunmin sees in the mechanical movement of the mill the steady moral virtue of the scholar-official.(14) Elsewhere, a rhapsody about Roughgarden's own experience as an embryo turns gushingly cosmic.(15) And he is not likely to be reassured by the rhapsody in which George identifies the blessings of a triumphant single tax with ├ö├ç├┐the city of God on earth, with its walls of jasper and its gates of pearl!├ö├ç├û(16) Small's score turns into a gloppy Middle-European rhapsody as she walks into the old man's office in a shining black metallic gown and feather boa.
1. epic ::
2. rhapsody ::
3. epos ::
4. epopee ::
1. depression ::
Different Formsrhapsodic, rhapsodical, rhapsodies, rhapsody
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