- An irregular poetic expression suggestive of the ancient Greek dithyramb.
- Epic poetry and Tragedy, as also Comedy, Dithyrambic poetry, and most flute-playing and lyre-playing, are all, viewed as a whole, modes of imitation.
- These days i have been inspired by an untelligible force which makes me be dithyrambic about study.
- When the curtain of night fall down soundless, when the mountain and water disappear from your eyes, when to the end of the dithyrambic evening.
- The dithyramb, a choral hymn in his honor, is often seen as the basis of Western drama.
- Of the kinds of words we have enumerated it may be observed that compounds are most in place in the dithyramb, strange words in heroic, and metaphors in iambic poetry.
A dithyrambic letter to the woman he felt so much nearer winning.出自： E. Jones