Examples of ecstasy in a Sentence
His performance sent the audience into ecstasies.
actors are typically in ecstasy upon winning an Oscar
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While advocates point out that a key difference between pure MDMA used in a medical setting and street versions of ecstasy or Molly is that street versions are often mixed with other harmful drugs, MDMA itself is not without side effects.
At the same time, the drug found another eager audience: club-goers, who nicknamed it ecstasy.
But there were crazy, surreal images of St. Francis in ecstasy, receiving the stigmata from an airborne alien crucifix with multiple wings.
The Fire Inside, a piece of glorious piano ecstasy with Craig Frost and Jim (Moose) Brown.
In the glove compartment, the officer founded a loaded pistol and a bag with 96 ecstasy pills.
For white liberals there is a kind of ecstasy to be achieved by flaying themselves with Coates’s hot, stinging words.
Thirteen Wah Ching members were charged with federal crimes, including murder in aid of racketeering and distributing marijuana and ecstasy.
This is one of those pieces where conductors can be right in multiple ways, from Charles Munch’s wild ecstasy to Karl Bohm’s titanic drama.
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Synonymscloud nine, elatedness, elation, euphoria, exhilaration, heaven, high, intoxication, paradise, rapture, rhapsody, seventh heaven, swoon, transport
Related Wordsexaltation; blessedness, bliss, blissfulness, delight, enchantment, felicity, gladness, happiness, joy, joyfulness, joyousness, pleasure; reverie, trance; inspiration; fervor, frenzy, madness, passion; cheer, cheerfulness, exuberance, gaiety (also gayety), glee, gleefulness, jubilance, jubilation, lightheartedness
Near Antonymsmisery, sadness, unhappiness, woe, wretchedness; blues, dejection, desolation, despair, despondency, disconsolateness, disheartenment, dispiritedness, doldrums, downheartedness, dreariness, dumps, forlornness, gloom, gloominess, heartsickness, melancholy, mopes
Synonym Discussion of ecstasy
- religious ecstasy
- in speechless rapture
- in a transport of rage
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ecstaticplay \ek-ˈstat-ik\ adjective
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