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rapt
used in Of Mice and Men

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Definition
deeply moved or filled with intense pleasure
  • "An' we'd keep a few pigeons to go flyin' around the win'mill like they done when I was a kid." He looked raptly at the wall over Lennie's head. "An' it'd be our own, an' nobody could can us."
    p. 58.6
raptly = filled with pleasure
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