Definition of Ecstatics

1. Noun. (plural of ecstatic) ¹



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Definition of Ecstatics

1. ecstatic [n] - See also: ecstatic

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ecstatics

ecrus
ecstacies
ecstacy
ecstases
ecstasied
ecstasies
ecstasis
ecstasy
ecstatic
ecstatic state
ecstatica
ecstatical
ecstatically
ecstaticas
ecstatick
ecstatics (current term)
ecstrophe
ect.
ectacolia
ectad
ectal
ectal origin
ectara
ectaras
ectases
ectasia
ectasia cordis
ectasias
ectasis

Literary usage of Ecstatics

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1. A Scientific Demonstration of the Future Life by Thomson Jay Hudson (1904)
"The Oriental ecstatics. — Modern Occidental ecstatics. — Alleged Perception of Divine Truth in the Ecstatic Condition. — Neither Jesus, Paul, nor John ..."

2. Spiritual Magazine (1871)
"The wonderful clairvoyance of these ecstatics is another curious feature. ... In all these cases, so far from the ecstatics, or the friends of the ecstatics ..."

3. Animal Magnetism, Or, Mesmerism and Its Phenomena by William Gregory (1884)
"Indeed, if on some points the ecstatics expressed views and opinions in accordance with his, in many others they not only differed from him, ..."

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