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I could pick out a dozen rhapsodical passages which with little change might well appear in his books of verse.

The Critical GameJohn Albert Macy

Impressed, the Cadi dismissed him, and would have laden him with silver, but the Dervish refused and went his rhapsodical way.

Theres a brass hat coming down the trench, said Phineas, and brass hats have no use for rhapsodical privates.

The Rough RoadWilliam John Locke

As she was trying one of them on, she turned her head to speak to the rhapsodical manager.

His intellectual defect was his idea of special divine illumination, which made him visionary and rhapsodical and conceited.

In a long and rhapsodical letter to Herder he depicts the intellectual and spiritual experiences through which he was now passing.

The Youth of GoethePeter Hume Brown

The anti-slavery movement in Pennsylvania never went to the rhapsodical extremes we find in Massachusetts.

It is the glare of rhapsodical eulogy which instinctively and automatically evokes the complementary colours and afterimages.

It was with disquietude that his friends witnessed the growing self-exaltation that may be noted in the rhapsodical Zarathustra.

EgoistsJames Huneker

Scanlan tried to smile at the rhapsodical conceit, but for some private reason of his own he did not relish nor enjoy it.

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