rhapsodic

[rap-sod-ik]
adjective
1.
extravagantly enthusiastic; ecstatic.
2.
pertaining to, characteristic of, or of the nature or form of rhapsody.
Also, rhapsodical.


Origin:
1775–85; < Greek rhapsōidikós. See rhapsody, -ic

rhapsodically, adverb
unrhapsodic, adjective
unrhapsodical, adjective
unrhapsodically, adverb


1. elated, transported, overjoyed.
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rhapsodic (ræpˈsɒdɪk)
 
adj
1.  of or like a rhapsody
2.  lyrical or romantic
 
rhap'sodically
 
adv

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Example sentences
People took the suggestion, agreed wholeheartedly, wrote rhapsodic reviews.
They will wax rhapsodic about the mind games-within-a-game hitters and pitchers
  play.
Losing my way resulted in a rhapsodic series of clichés.
They can wax rhapsodic about sports facts and figures.
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