Definition of Extasies

1. Noun. (plural of extasy) ¹



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Definition of Extasies

1. extasy [n] - See also: extasy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Extasies

exsuctions
exsudation
exsudations
exsudative
exsufflate
exsufflation
exsufflations
exsufflicate
exsuscitation
ext.
extacy
extance
extancies
extancy
extant
extasies (current term)
extasy
extatic
extatical
extatically
extatick
extatique
extein
exteins
extelligence
extemporal
extemporally
extemporanean
extemporaneity
extemporaneous

Literary usage of Extasies

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1. France by Morgan (Sydney), Thomas Charles Morgan (1817)
"... preserve among the rather restive young ladies of St. Cyr. whose wanderings and extasies on divine ... ["they had contemplation, they had extasies; ..."

2. The Panoplist, and Missionary Magazine (1817)
"... who convene for the purposes of devotion, and that in these assemblages man; fall down in extasies, who declare they are thus smitten with grace, ..."

3. Spiritual Magazine (1877)
"A CASE OF extasies. BY A SCOTCH MINISTER. MY former communication on the ... I have had no personal experience of extasies and can only relate what I have ..."

4. Brazilian biographical annual by Joaquim Manuel de Macedo (1876)
"Very weak in health, she suffered grave infirmities from the twelfth year of her age, experienced great torments, for which the extasies and prayers were ..."

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