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See definition of rapturously on Dictionary.com
  • as inlovingly
  • as ingladly

synonyms for rapturously

  • admiringly
  • affectionately
  • earnestly
  • fondly
  • longingly
  • passionately
  • respectfully
  • reverently
  • thoughtfully
  • warmly
  • zealously
  • adoringly
  • appreciatively
  • ardently
  • attentively
  • considerately
  • devotedly
  • dotingly
  • endearingly
  • enrapturedly
  • fervently
  • generously
  • impassionedly
  • kindly
  • loyally
  • yearningly
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How to use rapturously in a sentence

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They held rallies across the country to a rapturous response.
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Whereupon both girls were highly indignant; they rapturously commended Haggard's valiant behaviour.
THE PIT TOWN CORONET, VOLUME II (OF 3)CHARLES JAMES WILLS
The boy-parson lays down the sanctity of the priesthood and rapturously sues for admission.
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Cordelia laughed softly, but she grew suddenly very pink indeed, and she clasped her hands rapturously.
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Two-and-Two (George) Baines sighed rapturously and continued.
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The public awaited it with impatience, watched it with intense interest, and applauded it rapturously.
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Elizabeth was bending rapturously over a lace fan, sewn thick with spangles.
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We travelled the usual course up the Rhine into Switzerland, which we enjoyed rapturously.
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Seemingly no such recollection occurred to Bob or, if it did she ignored it, for she flung herself upon Jeanne rapturously.
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