rhapsody

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle French rhapsodie, from Latin rhapsōdia, from Ancient Greek ῥαψῳδία ‎(rhapsōidía, to sew [songs] together).

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Noun[edit]

rhapsody ‎(plural rhapsodies)

  1. An ancient Greek epic poem (or part of one) suitable for uninterrupted recitation.
  2. (obsolete) A random collection or medley; a miscellany or confused string of stories, words etc.
  3. An exalted or exaggeratedly enthusiastic expression of feeling in speech or writing.
  4. (music) An instrumental composition of irregular form often incorporating improvisation.

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