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ecstatic
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Nicholas Nickleby
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  • ’What!’ cried John Browdie, with such an ecstatic shout, that the horse quite shied at it.
  • ’Ah!’ said Nicholas, a little surprised at these symptoms of ecstatic approbation.
  • After uttering this rhapsody, the old gentleman snapped his fingers twenty or thirty times, and then subsided into an ecstatic contemplation of Miss La Creevy’s charms.

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  • They are ecstatically in love.
  • ecstatic that the legislation passed

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