ecstasy[ ek-stuh-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF ecstasy
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ECSTASY
She came down to breakfast singing the words in a sort of ecstasy.
Until that ecstasy of release should come, he would do his duty,—yes, his duty.
But his wife, her face aglow, clasped her hands in an ecstasy of delight.
The boy fell into the ecstasy of content that always came with Sidney's presence.
The very odour of those plums in Johnny's nostrils was the equivalent of ecstasy.
She must have tones of admiration, and looks of ecstasy, for every occasion.
Nobody spoke, but the listeners exchanged glances of ecstasy.
More than fifty people were awaiting her in the street in a state of ecstasy.
Firstly there is the witness of that ecstasy of mood of which we have spoken.
For Tobe was rolling about the room in an ecstasy of uproarious mirth.