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synonyms for ecstatically

  • cheerfully
  • cheerily
  • cordially
  • enthusiastically
  • freely
  • gleefully
  • gratefully
  • heartily
  • readily
  • warmly
  • willingly
  • acquiescently
  • ardently
  • beatifically
  • blissfully
  • blithely
  • contentedly
  • delightedly
  • delightfully
  • enchantedly
  • felicitously
  • gaily
  • genially
  • jocundly
  • jovially
  • joyfully
  • joyously
  • lovingly
  • merrily
  • paradisiacally
  • passionately
  • pleasantly
  • pleasingly
  • pleasurably
  • rapturously
  • sweetly
  • with good grace
  • with pleasure
  • with relish
  • zealously
  • zestfully
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antonyms for ecstatically

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  • unwillingly
  • sadly
  • unhappily
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How to use ecstatically in a sentence

Coles grew up going to the polls with her parents and was ecstatic about the day that she would get to vote herself.
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"Oh," cried Betty, hugging Amy ecstatically, simply because she happened to be the nearest one to hug.
THE OUTDOOR GIRLS IN THE SADDLELAURA LEE HOPE
Ikey exclaimed ecstatically, whereupon the other boys looked daggers at him, for the basket-making was kept a profound secret.
THE STORY OF THE BIG FRONT DOORMARY FINLEY LEONARD
As for Laura, she threw her arms about Dick Prescott's neck, embracing him ecstatically, too overjoyed at first to speak.
UNCLE SAM'S BOYS AS LIEUTENANTSH. IRVING HANCOCK
“I could just worship you, Colonel,” cried the little American, ecstatically.
THE MYSTERY OF A TURKISH BATHE.M. GOLLAN (AKA RITA)
"Eat her up," said Rosy Posy, who was ecstatically gazing at her beautiful big sister.
MARJORIE'S BUSY DAYSCAROLYN WELLS
And how could he more delectably spend, or more ecstatically enjoy his fortune, than by so equitable a participation?'
CAMILLAFANNY BURNEY
“Was you frightened of falling on your heady peady, darling,” she murmured, fondling it ecstatically.
MRS. VANDERSTEIN'S JEWELSMRS. CHARLES BRYCE
The story to which two little words, yes or no, ends so ecstatically, or gives the deathblow.
A CHANGED HEARTMAY AGNES FLEMING
She started to race along the deserted beach, the dog leaping ahead of her and yapping ecstatically.
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