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  • ’You’re a chaplain,’ he exclaimed ecstatically.
  • ’A fair fight,’ Yossarian decreed, and all the others who had come running to the uproar in horror began cheering ecstatically in a tremendous overflow of relief.
  • Aproned shopkeepers cheered ecstatically from the narrow doorways of their shops.
  • ’You do understand!’ he exclaimed, wringing his hands together ecstatically.
  • He felt himself falling, falling ecstatically in love with her as she kissed him again and again with lips that were steaming and wet and soft and hard, mumbling deep sounds to him adoringly in an incoherent oblivion of rapture, one caressing hand on his back slipping deftly down inside his trouser belt while the other groped secretly and treacherously about on the floor for the bread knife and found it.

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

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