ecstasy

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Synonyms for ecstasy

Synonyms for ecstasy

Synonyms for ecstasy

a state of being carried away by overwhelming emotion

a state of elated bliss

street names for methylenedioxymethamphetamine

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count," exclaimed the chevalier, "you who went into such ecstasies and uttered so many exclamations at the sight of her portrait.
At last she herself drove me out by coming to sit by me vivaciously and going into ecstasies over "ce cher Monsieur Mills" and that magnificent Lord X; and ultimately, with a perfectly odious snap in the eyes and drop in the voice, dragging in the name of Madame de Lastaola and asking me whether I was really so much in the confidence of that astonishing person.
Quale's mission to be in ecstasies with everybody else's mission and that it was the most popular mission of all.
I am in such ecstasies at the thoughts of a little country air and quiet
I could not go into ecstasies over its coarse mosaics, its unlovely Byzantine architecture, or its five hundred curious interior columns from as many distant quarries.
Farther on, in another place, she wrote: "Do not consider my words as the sickly ecstasies of a diseased mind, but you are, in my opinion--perfection