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Synonyms for rapturously

in an ecstatic manner

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Fan favourites including History Of Modern (Part 1), (Forever) Live And Die and Joan Of Arc were rapturously received, but the new material also worked well, particularly sensitively performed Of All The Things We Made and What Have We Done.
THE opening concert of Huddersfield Music Society's centenary celebration season was sold-out, superb and rapturously received.
The delicate glass slippers that led the questing prince to the mysterious beauty he danced and fell rapturously in love with in 'Cinderella.
Critic Ruth Franklin (who has contributed to Tablet) aims to change that with her rapturously reviewed new biography of Jackson.
She was in Glasgow to kick off a tour for her upcoming new album Long Live The Angels, so it was an even mix of fan favourites and new tracks, with both being as rapturously received as each other.
Like John Muir, Aldo Leopold, Rachel Carson, and other trailblazers before him, Lanham writes rapturously of the natural world, of its majesty, sublimity, and wonder.
Tsonga has now won all six of his five-set matches at Wimbledon and this one was greeted rapturously by the fans as he recovered from two sets down.
Short of putting Emmanuel Lubezki through astronaut training, it's difficult to imagine more rapturously beautiful images of the Earth from orbit than those supplied by "A Beautiful Planet," the latest collaboration between Imax and NASA.
Bobby Long, whose third album Ode To Thinking was rapturously received the other month, kicks off a short tour at Birmingham's Hare & Hounds on Tuesday.
An enchanting, cross-cultural audio experience, Lights of Laniakea is rapturously radiant.
The concerts given by Sir Simon and his fine musicians, which took us through the seven symphonies by Sibelius and Mahler's Resurrection symphony, were rapturously received.
In a rapturously received speech in Berlin, and a more nuanced one in Cairo, he drew praise for his measured approach after what had seemed the rather reckless adventurism of President George W Bush.
There was no doubt the defendant was rapturously in love with the plaintiff and was determined to marry her.
YOU know you've struck concert gold when performers and audience are on their feet, rapturously applauding the composer, within seconds of the conclusion of a world premiere performance.