raptness


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raptness

(ˈræptnəs)
n
the condition or state of being rapt
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A very similar comparison appears in The Open wherein animal raptness, opposing the openness of the human perspective, is associated to the apophatic doctrine.
William commends, as well as celebrates, this shared raptness.
Phil, who produces a string of warm and fuzzy assurances about hobbies being healthy, while Bana listens with near-cringe-inducing raptness.