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rapturous (adjective), more rapturous, most rapturous
1. Feeling great delight: It was with rapturous enthusiasm that the food critic wrote her column about the new restaurant, praising the decor, the menu, the service, and the ambiance.
2. Full of, feeling, or manifesting ecstatic joy or delight: The rapturous critic of the concert left no doubt in the reader’s mind as to the future of the pianist.
3. Characterized by, attended with, or expressive of great joy and happiness: The politician's speech was given rapturous reviews by the press.
Expressing great joy and happiness.
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Manifesting delight and gladness.
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