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ecstatic
used in Main Street

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Definition
feeling intense happiness and excitement (as when in a state of ecstasy)
  • At least once a month he drew his favorite repeating shotgun, his "pump gun," from its wrapper of greased canton flannel; he oiled the trigger, and spent silent ecstatic moments aiming at the ceiling.
    Chapter 16 (14% in)
  • Uncle Miles's most ecstatic trick was to make figures not on paper but right on a new pine board, with the broadest softest pencil in the world.
    Chapter 26 (27% in)
  • She had no ecstatic indulgence in the sense of guilt which is, to the women of Main Street, the surest escape from blank tediousness.
    Chapter 31 (44% in)

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