Being in a state of ecstasy; joyful or enraptured.(adjective)
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Use "ecstatic" in a sentence
"This ecstatically inspired communication, which I call ecstatic talk or n|om talk, shakes and tunes the mind, clearing it from distracting influences and opening a connection to spirited creative expression."
"Show this in ecstatic glimpses, as when mists upon a hill"
"Leaving aside the inevitable demonising of the military, large corporations and industry, the lionising of noble savages in ecstatic pantheistic harmony with their computer game vegetation – all of which are irritating enough in their own right – the dialogue was so mind-numbingly trite, it make Titanic look like Proust."