She was almost like a madwoman, with excitement and ecstasy, whenever I came.
You may imagine her ecstasy, her gratitude.
He was panting with ecstasy.
The whole of Regojin’s being was concentrated in one rapturous gaze of ecstasy.
He was hopelessly and wildly beside himself with ecstasy.
Lebedeff wore an expression of utmost ecstasy.
Every misfortune and mishap of the mother-country fills him with mirth, and even with ecstasy.
I felt an ecstasy in being in my native land once more; and one sunny morning I took up a pen and wrote her that letter, but why to HER, I don’t quite know.
The general was in ecstasies, for the prince’s remarks, made, as they evidently were, in all seriousness and simplicity, quite dissipated the last relics of his suspicion.
He stood still in alarm—in almost superstitious alarm, for a moment; then all mists seemed to clear away from his eyes; he was conscious of nothing but light and joy and ecstasy; his breath came and went; but the moment passed.
Farther on, in another place, she wrote: "Do not consider my words as the sickly ecstasies of a diseased mind, but you are, in my opinion—perfection!
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the agony and the ecstasy of intense sports competition
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