dithyrambic

[ dith-uh-ram-bik ]SEE DEFINITION OF dithyrambic

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And of harp-playing and dithyrambic poetry in general, what would you say?

After the politicians, I went to the poets; tragic, dithyrambic, and all sorts.

It is glorified for popularity, and is a subject of dithyrambic rhetoric.

Why then should we not join in dithyrambic oratory, and set all our mores to optimism?

"Patriotic" history and dithyrambic literature never can do it.

This was the dithyrambic exaltation they had ardently waited for.

Weber made of it a Dithyrambic, in which the glittering display of vanished magnificence again appeared in its ancient glory.

I mean a girl of our civilisation which has established a dithyrambic phraseology for the expression of love.

Turning to the dithyrambic utterances of the London Press at the time we can hardly wonder at the hallucination.

Iversen said, not particularly grateful for support from such a dithyrambic source as the ship's medical officer.

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