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- adj. Obsolete spelling of ecstatic.
- adj. Common misspelling of ecstatic.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. See ecstatic, a.
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After battling for many tedious minutes with the precipice, the same scene presented itself to me, which had wrapt him in extatic wonder.
I ever knew, have an Ear for Musick, and a kind of extatic Delight in
He observes: "The Negroes, above all the human species that ever I knew, have an ear for music and a kind of extatic delight in psalmody, and there are no books they learn so soon, or take so much pleasure in as those used in that heavenly part of divine worship."
But anyways,the first movie is my favorite movie,the second is my top 5,so if the project gets materialized i would be extatic.
I can't wait for Centurion so if Marshall gets Predators i'll be extatic!
I was extatic to see my bike on one of my favorite blogs (I ride the centrally mounted whatsit outside the whole foods in chicago, where I roast beans), and I would like to state that while your acronym is technically correct (and rather ingenious at that-bravo technobibble)-as the creator of that symetrical madness- I prefer the term UniBreak.
I am amazed and extatic to day is the first day of a whole new calture
I've never been so emotionally involved with a book in my life. soo I was extatic, to say the least, to hear that twilight was going to be made into a movie. it meant my journey through this life changing series wasn't going to be over.
I was extatic the following day when several had replied, in fact 95% of all of the authors I have ever contacted have happily agreed to participate - there are a few who have been busy and some who have not been so gracious.
When Einsestein did that extatic milky scene of butter-making in "The General Line", I wonder if he was thinking about a Koljós' economy at all.
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