What is another word for rhapsodic?

330 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ ɹapsˈɒdɪk], [ ɹapsˈɒdɪk], [ ɹ_a_p_s_ˈɒ_d_ɪ_k]

Rhapsodic is an adjective that describes something that is extremely enthusiastic and emotionally expressive. It is often used to describe musical works that are characterized by their highly emotional and effusive nature. Synonyms for rhapsodic include passionate, ecstatic, euphoric, exultant, elated, enraptured, and enrapt. Other words that can be used as synonyms for rhapsodic include enthusiastic, lively, vibrant, animated, and vivacious. These words convey a sense of energy and excitement that is often associated with the feelings expressed in rhapsodic music. When used in literature, rhapsodic can also be substituted with words like melodious, lyrical, and poetic, all of which relate to the beauty and artistry of language and music.

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    Synonyms for Rhapsodic:

    What are the hypernyms for Rhapsodic?

    A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

    What are the opposite words for rhapsodic?

    The word rhapsodic describes someone who is highly enthusiastic or excessive in their praise. Some antonyms of the term include depressed, despondent, glum, and dispirited. These words describe individuals who are unhappy and lack the enthusiasm that rhapsodic people possess. Another term that is opposite of rhapsodic is stoic, which refers to individuals who do not show emotions and are unenthusiastic. They are often seen as unresponsive and passive. Other antonyms for rhapsodic can include uninterested, indifferent, apathetic, and unconcerned as these people lack the heartfelt passion and fire that rhapsodic individuals exhibit.

    Usage examples for Rhapsodic

    Miss Bishop had published some things-rhapsodic prose-poems, weak in syntax but strong in the quality miscalled imagination.
    "Melomaniacs"
    James Huneker
    Their seniors, who once bid so high, such as Mr Bennett and Mr Wells, have taken the fatal plunge which leads to popularity, but the younger ones have produced one man, Mr D. H. Lawrence, prejudiced, diseased in outlook, hectic and wandering, who has the exquisite feeling for natural beauty, the rhapsodic quality which may make of him a prose Shelley, if not a prose neurotic.
    "A Novelist on Novels"
    W. L. George
    There is a fable that when the badger had been stung all over by bees, a bear consoled him by a rhapsodic account of how he himself had just breakfasted on their honey.
    "Impressions of Theophrastus Such"
    George Eliot

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