Thesaurus / rapturously
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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The phrase gets a less rapturous reading in “Sea Change,” a 21-artist show at the Washington Printmakers Gallery that focuses largely, if not exclusively, on climate change.

They held rallies across the country to a rapturous response.

Dick went into the street, and was rapturously received by Binkie.

"Anything you ask," he cried, rapturously, and attempted to take her in his arms.

She clasped her arms about Helen's neck and kissed her rapturously, and the girl was deeply moved.

Helen Grant's SchooldaysAmanda M. Douglas

There was a good deal to say to Uncle Jason, and yet it was rather difficult not to write too rapturously.

Helen Grant's SchooldaysAmanda M. Douglas

"There's to be a picture of your statue in the School Magazine," said Mabel rapturously.

Brinnaria, entirely at her ease, hugged Almo rapturously and kissed him repeatedly.

The Unwilling VestalEdward Lucas White

He rapturously bent his ear to catch the chirping of the birds nested in the foliage.

"I think it will be perfectly jolly," she cried, instead, and kissed him rapturously.

The Man From Brodney'sGeorge Barr McCutcheon

WORDS RELATED TO RAPTUROUSLY

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.