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- adv. In an ecstatic manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. Rapturously; ravishingly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an ecstatic manner; rapturously; ravishingly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an ecstatic manner
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However, When Djinn David proposes marriage to his beloved Weather Warden Joanne Baldwin ecstatically accepts; she has never been happier although both understands the hardships and prejudice they will face from both their species; as they have felt some of the loathing just because they have been together.
While a rhythm and blues band played, the congregants danced ecstatically.
This ecstatically inspired communication, which I call ecstatic talk or n|om talk, shakes and tunes the mind, clearing it from distracting influences and opening a connection to spirited creative expression.
It calls for the big-time shaking of your booty for God, something ecstatically performed since the origin of human culture.
Whether it is physically moving naturally and ecstatically, insulting your meat, teasing every aspect of your thinking, rendering your habits absurd, or healing you, all of this helps make you soft.
Again, being ecstatically worked by the spirit has little to do with trying to move another step closer to becoming more spiritually developed.
The drums are playing wildly while shrieks of joyous, wild delight intersperse the melodic lines that are ecstatically woven into the fabric of this Kalahari jazzfest.
When you touch people with n|om, they can ecstatically awaken.
They say that “word souls”—the talk of someone ecstatically awakened—are able to tune, heal, and inspire.
The Bushmen help each other get back on the right track, and then they make the ropes stronger through the ways they ecstatically awaken the feelings that build relationship.