Definition of rhapsodic in English:

rhapsodic

adjective

See rhapsody

  • ‘Oddly for a man who pursues sensual things, Saatchi does not share Lawson's rhapsodic appreciation of food.’
  • ‘Pelletier readily brings out the sensuous, rhapsodic elements of ‘L' ile joyeuse ’, and captures the jaunty, toccata-like spirit of ‘Masques’.’
  • ‘Of course she had a death or two to report with the appropriately morbid funereal details but she absolutely waxed rhapsodic about the church renovation and expansion project for which she was the principal fundraiser and organizer.’
  • ‘The film's reception at the time was overshadowed by its extravagant cost (50 times the average French budget), but Les Amants du Pont-Neuf is rhapsodic cinema at any price.’

Pronunciation

rhapsodic

/rapˈsɒdɪk/