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to show enthusiasm

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recite a rhapsody

say (something) with great enthusiasm

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I remember Brazilians rhapsodizing over the store's mantra of "everyday low prices." So many people lined up to get inside during the first week of business that the manager had to lock out some customers.
The final tip of the hat is made to Rimbaud, who proudly speaks of the harpsichord of the fields as nature's beatific vision rhapsodizing the sounds of music.
Fled is the efflorescence of song as worlds mourn, gone is the rhapsodizing of love as the cold congregation of seasons clusters, huddles together to unveil monuments of memory that scorn sallies of moving language other than the old kaddish that draws a torrent of tears in puddles.
We are fortunate to have inherited his enduring, rhapsodizing descriptions of B.C.'s natural world.
Shebib cuts from Chino rhapsodizing about watching the waves roll in to a close-up of a muddy puddle In the end, wintry backyard, where the Woody sits immobile on the blocks.
If you are rhapsodizing about the old company, what good will you be to the new organization?
Whether carrying on about drugs (both narcotic and over-the-counter brands that can provide their own high); rhapsodizing over the joys of smoking, drinking, and consuming red meat; or bemoaning the fact that rock 'n' roll stars like John Lennon and Janis Joplin are dead, while John Denver and all but one of the Gibbs brothers survive, Leary is the ultimate comedian from hell.
The New Republic articulated this fantasy in its review of a boxed set of blues legend Robert Johnson's recordings, rhapsodizing,
The critical voice is often that of an address, rhapsodizing rather than rhetorical, opening vocally rather than defining scriptorially.
Redbud Valley is now cared for by Tulsa University as a nature-study area and as a place for the public to engage in some Wordsworthian rhapsodizing.
Next time you hear someone rhapsodizing about the virtues of the free market, remind him of this.
The President was in a particularly jocular vein with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, subtly challenging her hold on the India portfolio and trumping her Mark Twain quote rhapsodizing about India with a Max Mueller observation he dug up about the glory of India.
Barrymore rhapsodizing about how Page has "such a beautiful body" and how Page "was in her frickin' bra with an open jacket and hot-pink shorts, skating around the rink with red lips and ...
A recording of a lecture by another Menken supporter, the late Stan Brakhage, finds the director of "Dog Star Man" rhapsodizing about Menken's use of light.
Only Hashima completely succeeded in forcing the viewer's complicity in creating and sustaining its narrative suspense, in rhapsodizing and proselytizing in equal measure the picturesque, fantastical sight--and accompanying sounds--of capital accumulation pushed beyond its capacity.