Recite vs. Rhapsodise

Recite vs. Rhapsodise — Is There a Difference?

Difference Between Recite and Rhapsodise

Reciteverb

To repeat or utter aloud (something memorized or rehearsed), often before an audience

recite a prayer.recite a poem.

Rhapsodiseverb

recite a rhapsody

Reciteverb

To relate in detail

recited to me his tale of woe.

Rhapsodiseverb

say (something) with great enthusiasm

Reciteverb

To list or enumerate

The affidavit recites facts about the incident.

Reciteverb

To deliver a recitation.

Reciteverb

To repeat lessons prepared or memorized.

Reciteverb

(transitive) To repeat aloud (some passage, poem or other text previously memorized, or in front of one's eyes), often before an audience.

Reciteverb

(transitive) To list or enumerate something.

Reciteverb

(intransitive) To deliver a recitation.

Reciteverb

recite in elocution

Reciteverb

repeat aloud from memory;

she recited a poemThe pupil recited his lesson for the day

Reciteverb

render verbally,

recite a poemretell a story

Reciteverb

narrate or give a detailed account of;

Tell what happenedThe father told a story to his child

Reciteverb

specify individually;

She enumerated the many obstacles she had encounteredThe doctor recited the list of possible side effects of the drug