Meaning of dithyrambic in English:

dithyrambic

Pronunciation /dɪθɪˈrambɪk/

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adjective

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‘The dithyrambic chorus is a chorus of the transformed.’
  • ‘From time to time he'd been forced to wax dithyrambic even about the pretend engineers.’
  • ‘Even Shelton had waxed philosophical and dithyrambic at his passing.’
  • ‘Such is the case with Herrick's ‘Fare-well to Sack,’ a dithyrambic ode.’