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
Regarding high-risk substance use, the percentage of high school students who reported ever using certain illicit drugs -- cocaine, inhalants, heroin, meth, hallucinogens or ecstasy -- fell from 22.6% in 2007 to 14% in 2017.
Police found cocaine, heroin and ecstasy in the cup holder of the center console, and marijuana on the front driver's seat.
Police found ecstasy in her bra and heroin in the car.
Nylund, who is also still finding her way into this daunting role, sang honorably and at her best moments, registered her character’s impatient ecstasies with bright vocal radiance.
That works best here in several smaller close-ups of women’s faces in ecstasy or anguish, with skin of European or African tones, but also of blue or chartreuse.
The case dated back to 2007, when a man, Gregory Diaz, in Ventura County, California, was observed by sheriff's deputies as buying ecstasy from a police informant who was wearing a wire.
However, a few months later, Rossi claims that Mitchell pressured her to take ecstasy.
Thomas also sampled other drugs including marijuana and ecstasy, according to the report.
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Origin and Etymology of ecstasy
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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