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ek sta tik lee

  • r  in an ecstatic manner
    he reacted ecstatically to my plan to travel to Africa

  • Mine is that airline ad: the snack served by an obsequious wench to a young couple, she eyeing ecstatically the cucumber canape, he admiring wistfully the hostess.
  • John Updike once said Vladimir Nabokov wrote prose the only way it should be written: ecstatically.
  • It took a while to register, but there was something naggingly familiar about Bernann McKinney, the 57-year-old California woman whose ecstatically beaming features were splashed .
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  • Myleene Klass in
    Klass said in the statement: "Graham and I are ecstatically happy. We've always wanted a family of our own."
  • Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone in Zenit News Agency
    The Holy Father "went well beyond that," Cardinal Bertone said. "As I was watching the audience, I had the impression of a clear separation between those who listened almost ecstatically and others who listened with the expression typical of...
  • Jack Kerouac in Kansas City Star
    To the usual redefinition of beat - "one who is exhausted ecstatically" - Kerouac added the religiously inspired idea of beatific, describing to reporters his search for a more direct, blissful knowledge of God.

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