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As a reporter for The Post, I cover space and have spoken with lots of astronauts, all of whom rhapsodized about space and flying in weightlessness.

During his San Francisco days, author Mark Twain rhapsodized about his oyster intake.

In Vanity Fair, when Affleck is “starry-eyed” and “rhapsodizing” about Lopez, it’s not a good look for him.

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She certainly knows how to court the intelligentsia; they rhapsodize when anyone says, “On the one hand, but on the other hand.”

You can shut yourself up in your room now, and rhapsodize over the dear face, the lovely mouth, the soft voice of your beloved.

The beauty of Italy is so proper and Church of England that you are looked upon as a dissenter if you do not rhapsodize about it.

Yes, I know I'm silly, and that you have the twins to rhapsodize about, but girls are so much more picturesque in the clothes!

She was unable to rhapsodize much over the seven new bungalows and the two garages which Kennicott had made to seem so important.

Mrs. Middleton began to rhapsodize over the elms and oaks and some rooks in the distance that were really crows.


On this page you'll find 42 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to rhapsodize, such as: freak out, go crazy, babble, bloviate, declaim, and fume.

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