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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrapturerap‧ture /ˈræptʃə $ -ər/ noun [uncountable]  1 HAPPY literary great excitement and happiness The boys gazed up at him in rapture.2 be in raptures/go into raptures
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raptureRather than feeling uncomfortable in his clothing, a kind of congenial rapture spread through me.The constant stream of praise burbling in the background of the class swelled into shouts of rapture.I will say that, in certain scenes of revelatory rapture, Updike has rarely been better.Never had he known such rapture.The effect is finally to provoke analysis rather than rapture or rationalization.Elizabeth listened with rapture to everyday incidents of family life.
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