rapture[ rap-cher ]SEE DEFINITION OF rapture
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And the music seized us and swept us away with its rapture and its mystery.
Fanny uttered a low and suppressed cry of delight and rapture.
Mr Pecksniff looked up to the ceiling, and clasped his hands in rapture.
"Thank you, thank you with all my heart," Marie stammered amidst her rapture.
Then, with dreamy eyes, he relapsed into a state of rapture.
May peace be an inmate of his bosom, and rapture a frequent visitor of his soul!
They have not been fused in the rapture of some unique mood, not focussed by the intensity of an emotion.
In this alternation of rapture and despair all her time passes.
You retain your lofty calm: but inside you are little quivers of rapture.
And that rapture she could never share; she knew herself; it was not in her.
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