Examples of ecstasy in a Sentence
His performance sent the audience into ecstasies.
actors are typically in ecstasy upon winning an Oscar
Recent Examples of ecstasy from the Web
There were scenes of ecstasy in the Oxenford film and television studios -- home to the table tennis at the Games -- as Nigeria earned their first medal on the Gold Coast in the men's team event.
Who needs more misery when what Seierstad has delivered is a good dose of raw, slow agony on one hand and raw, unaccounted ecstasy on the other, and, to all appearances, never these two shall meet.
Police also say Gonzalez possessed a misdemeanor amount of suspected heroin and ecstasy on his person at the time of arrest.
In the space of just five minutes the Italian population went from the precipice of ecstasy, to the depths of melancholy.
Once at the home, the found 3.3 pounds of marijuana, 4.6 grams of hydrocodone, 29 grams of ecstasy, crack cocaine, methamphetamine and two handguns.
Deputies seized heroin, hydrocodone, methamphetamine, ecstasy, cocaine, and marijuana as well as 17 seventeen firearms and cash.
The three occupants, Austin Folse, 20, and two teens, were found to be in possession of ecstasy and marijuana, the Sheriff's Office reported.
But the ecstasy of the base is the agony of the mainstream.
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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
ECSTASY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of ecstasy for English Language Learners
: a state of very great happiness : extreme delight
: an illegal drug that is used to produce a feeling of excitement and pleasure
ECSTASY Defined for Kids
medical Definition of ecstasy
ecstaticplay \ek-ˈstat-ik\ adjective
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