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In 2018, he posted a video of his ecstatic, jumping up-and-down students opening up their reading group “acceptance” letters that resembled college acceptance letters.
‘MY STUDENTS ARE BRILLIANT:’ MEET THE D.C. TEACHER OF THE YEAR AND ONE OF THE FOUR FINALISTS FOR THE TOP NATIONAL HONORPERRY STEINMAY 6, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Fourteen-year-old Neha Dashrath was ecstatic when the pizza arrived.
SLUM DWELLERS IN INDIA GET UNIQUE DIGITAL ADDRESSESSHOMA ABHYANKARAPRIL 28, 2021MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
The songs sound furious and ecstatic, the performances feel raw and precise, and all together, what seems like a molten volatility ultimately cools into a sustained act of supreme control.
THE WORLD IS FAST. BAD BRAINS ARE FASTER.CHRIS RICHARDSAPRIL 8, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The collective energy was suddenly charged and borderline ecstatic.
MEET THE RENAISSANCE MAN OBSESSED WITH MUSHROOMSDOUG BIERENDMARCH 10, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
Scotland’s leader is “not ecstatic” about hosting Boris Johnson.
JOHNSON IN SCOTLAND, GAMESTOP FRENZY, WOLF MOONJANE LIJANUARY 28, 2021QUARTZ
At last she had fallen asleep and dreamed ecstatic dreams about diamond necklaces and thousand franc notes.
ROSEMARY IN SEARCH OF A FATHERC. N. WILLIAMSON
There is no question as to the ecstatic, nay frenzied state many of them attained.
FIFTY YEARS OF RAILWAY LIFE IN ENGLAND, SCOTLAND AND IRELANDJOSEPH TATLOW
Scientists on the moon—being as singleminded as scientists anywhere—became ecstatic.
OLD FRIENDS ARE THE BESTJACK SHARKEY
He discovers that no amount of austerities will extinguish desire, or produce ecstatic contemplation.
BEACON LIGHTS OF HISTORY, VOLUME IJOHN LORD
His return in the spring still filled him with ecstatic joy for a short time.
FREDERICK CHOPIN AS A MAN AND MUSICIANFREDERICK NIECKS
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
JULY 28, 2021
Choose the synonym for explosive
volatile

WORDS RELATED TO ECSTATIC

  • absorbed
  • affected
  • beside oneself
  • captivated
  • concerned
  • delirious
  • dizzy
  • drunk
  • ecstatic
  • elated
  • enraptured
  • euphoric
  • excited
  • exhilarated
  • galvanized
  • high
  • infatuated
  • interested
  • moved
  • piqued
  • sent
  • stimulated
  • turned-on
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