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Dinah is a religious rhapsodist, seeking wisdom and guidance in prayer; and the divine will is in accordance with her desires.
BEACON LIGHTS OF HISTORY, VOLUME VIIJOHN LORD
True, the vanity of a particular rhapsodist might readily induce him to suppose that he could improve upon Homer.
STUDIES ON HOMER AND THE HOMERIC AGE, VOL. 1 OF 3W. E. GLADSTONE
And Emerson, though in a different way from Nietzsche's, was also a rhapsodist.
PROPHETS OF DISSENTOTTO HELLER
There is a more wonderful inventor than any rhapsodist, and that inventor is called reality.
THE CROSS OF BERNYEMILE DE GIRARDIN
Across the garden I heard my first song from that unique rhapsodist, the yellow-breasted chat.
A-BIRDING ON A BRONCOFLORENCE A. MERRIAM
What a fine addition is ten thousand a year and a title to the flaunting pretensions of a modern rhapsodist!
TABLE-TALKWILLIAM HAZLITT
But James Hardy Vaux, despite his eloquent bid for fame, has not found his rhapsodist.
A BOOK OF SCOUNDRELSCHARLES WHIBLEY
This is not the joy of the fanatic or of the fakir or of the rhapsodist.
STUDIES IN THE EPISTLE OF JAMESA. T. ROBERTSON
The rhapsodist added the passages to suit the Dionysus feast, at which he was reciting.
HOMER AND HIS AGEANDREW LANG
All fire and flame at that time for Nietzsche, I did not realise that the poet and rhapsodist had forerunners.
EGOISTSJAMES HUNEKER
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WORDS RELATED TO RHAPSODIST

  • artist
  • author
  • balladist
  • bard
  • dilettante
  • dramatist
  • librettist
  • lyricist
  • lyrist
  • maker
  • metrist
  • muse
  • odist
  • parodist
  • poetaster
  • poetess
  • rhapsodist
  • rhymer
  • rhymester
  • rimer
  • sonnetist
  • writer
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