rhapsody (Meaning)

Wordnet

rhapsody (n)

an enthusiastic expression of emotion

(music) a free instrumental composition in one extended movement; typically emotional or exuberant in character

(in ancient Greece) an epic poem adapted for recitation

Webster

rhapsody (n.)

A recitation or song of a rhapsodist; a portion of an epic poem adapted for recitation, or usually recited, at one time; hence, a division of the Iliad or the Odyssey; -- called also a book.

A disconnected series of sentences or statements composed under excitement, and without dependence or natural connection; rambling composition.

A composition irregular in form, like an improvisation; as, Liszt's Hungarian Rhapsodies.

rhapsody Sentence Examples

  1. The orchestra's rendition of the symphony was a rhapsody of soaring melodies and powerful harmonies.
  2. The poet's rhapsody on the beauty of nature filled the room with a sense of awe and wonder.
  3. The dancer's performance was a rhapsody of movement, grace, and expression.
  4. The artist's painting was a rhapsody of colors, shapes, and textures.
  5. The author's rhapsody on the joys of childhood evoked memories of innocence and happiness.
  6. The musician's rhapsody on the theme of love was a heartfelt expression of passion and longing.
  7. The orator's rhapsody on the importance of education inspired a thirst for knowledge in his audience.
  8. The composer's rhapsody on the beauty of the human spirit was a testament to the resilience and creativity of humanity.
  9. The chef's rhapsody on the art of cooking was a symphony of flavors and textures.
  10. The photographer's rhapsody on the wonders of life was a visual feast that celebrated the beauty and diversity of the world.

FAQs About the word rhapsody

an enthusiastic expression of emotion, (music) a free instrumental composition in one extended movement; typically emotional or exuberant in character, (in anci

joy, heaven,ecstasy, elation, high, exhilaration, euphoria, bliss, delight, pleasure

unhappiness, woe, misery, unhappiness,depression, melancholy, sadness, misery, depression, melancholy

The orchestra's rendition of the symphony was a rhapsody of soaring melodies and powerful harmonies.

The poet's rhapsody on the beauty of nature filled the room with a sense of awe and wonder.

The dancer's performance was a rhapsody of movement, grace, and expression.

The artist's painting was a rhapsody of colors, shapes, and textures.