ecstasy


ec·sta·sy

noun \ˈek-stə-sē\
plural ec·sta·sies

Definition of ECSTASY

1
: a trance state in which intense absorption (as in religious ideation) is accompanied by loss of sense perception and voluntary control
2
often capitalized : a synthetic amphetamine analog C11H15NO2 used illicitly for its mood-enhancing and hallucinogenic properties—called also MDMA, methylenedioxymethamphetamine, XTC
ec·stat·ic \ek-ˈstat-ik\ adjective

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