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rap·tur·ous

 (răp′chər-əs)
adj.
Filled with or characterized by great joy or rapture; ecstatic.

rap′tur·ous·ly adv.
rap′tur·ous·ness n.
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rapturous

(ˈræptʃərəs)
adj
experiencing or manifesting ecstatic joy or delight
ˈrapturously adv
ˈrapturousness n
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rap•tur•ous

(ˈræp tʃər əs)

adj.
1. feeling or manifesting ecstatic joy or delight.
2. characterized by or expressive of such rapture: rapturous praise.
[1670–80]
rap′tur•ous•ly, adv.
rap′tur•ous•ness, n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.rapturous - feeling great rapture or delight
joyous - full of or characterized by joy; "felt a joyous abandon"; "joyous laughter"
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rapturous

adjective ecstatic, delighted, enthusiastic, rapt, sent, happy, transported, joyous, exalted, joyful, over the moon (informal), overjoyed, blissful, ravished, euphoric, on cloud nine (informal), blissed out, rhapsodic, in seventh heaven, floating on air The conference greeted the speech with rapturous applause.
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Translations
مُنْتَشٍ، مليء بالفَرَح
nadšený
henrykt
hrifningar-
kendinden geçmiş

rapturous

[ˈræptʃərəs] ADJ [applause] → entusiasta; [look] → extasiado
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rapturous

[ˈræptʃərəs] adj [applause] → frénétique; [welcome, reception] → enthousiaste
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rapturous

adj receptionstürmisch, begeistert; exclamationentzückt; lookverzückt, hingerissen; rapturous applauseBeifallstürme pl
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rapturous

[ˈræptʃrəs] (liter) adj (smile) → estatico/a; (welcome, praise, applause) → entusiastico/a
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rapture

(ˈrӕptʃə) noun
great delight.
ˈrapturous adjective
showing great delight. They gave him a rapturous welcome.
ˈrapturously adverb
in raptures
greatly delighted. She was in raptures about her beautiful new car.
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References in periodicals archive ?
He was much more happily rewarded by Vaughan Williams' Five Mystical Songs, which he sang from memory, conveying the rapturousness of George Herbert's verses ('Love bade me welcome' was quite magical) with tonal elegance and immaculate diction.