Eden smiled at the dithyramb as were she listening to some fay she did not see.
Rhetoric and dithyramb were gone from his speech and habit of mind.
His contribution to choral poetry was the elaboration of the dithyramb.
For the first time Verhaeren finds the form of the poem of the future—the dithyramb.
It is only quite 84lately that they have come at all to see that the dithyramb was a Spring Song, a primitive rite.
The choral portion of Greek tragedy arose out of the dithyramb.
I know that we do not agree in our appreciation of Mozart, and that my dithyramb does not interest you in the least.
The Panathenaia was not, like the dithyramb, a spring festival.
This was due to the introduction among the Dorians The dithyramb.
The dithyramb is a chant in chorus in honour of a god or a hero.
c.1600, from Latin dithyrambus, from Greek dithyrambos, of unknown origin, perhaps a pre-Hellenic loan-word. A wild choric hymn, originally in honor of Dionysus or Bacchus. Related: Dithyrambic.