ecstasies: Associated Words
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Number of Syllables
  • rapturous
    • adjective satellite feeling great rapture or delight
      rhapsodic; enraptured; ecstatic; rapt.

  • innumerable
    • adjective satellite too numerous to be counted
      unnumbered; numberless; unnumerable; unnumberable; uncounted; myriad; multitudinous; infinite; innumerous; countless.
      • incalculable riches
      • countless hours
      • an infinite number of reasons
      • innumerable difficulties
      • the multitudinous seas
      • myriad stars
      • untold thousands

  • bacchanalian
    • adjective satellite used of riotously drunken merrymaking
      bacchic; orgiastic; bacchanal; carousing.
      • a night of bacchanalian revelry
      • carousing bands of drunken soldiers
      • orgiastic festivity

  • over
    • noun (cricket) the division of play during which six balls are bowled at the batsman by one player from the other team from the same end of the pitch
    • adjective satellite having come or been brought to a conclusion
      concluded; terminated; complete; ended; all over.
      • the harvesting was complete
      • the affair is over, ended, finished
      • the abruptly terminated interview

  • dionysian
    Relating to Dionysius, a monk of the 6th century; as, the Dionysian, or Christian, era.
  • signify
    • verb denote or connote
      intend; stand for; mean.
      • `maison' means `house' in French
      • An example sentence would show what this word means
    • verb convey or express a meaning
      • These words mean nothing to me!
      • What does his strange behavior signify?

  • maddest
    • adjective satellite roused to anger
      sore; huffy.
      • stayed huffy a good while"- Mark Twain
      • she gets mad when you wake her up so early
      • mad at his friend
      • sore over a remark
    • adjective satellite affected with madness or insanity
      crazy; unhinged; brainsick; demented; disturbed; sick; unbalanced.
      • a man who had gone mad

  • begotten
    • adjective satellite (of offspring) generated by procreation
      • naturally begotten child
    • verb make children
      engender; sire; get; father; mother; bring forth; beget; generate.
      • Abraham begot Isaac
      • Men often father children but don't recognize them

  • orgiastic
    • adjective satellite used of frenzied sexual activity
    • adjective satellite used of riotously drunken merrymaking
      bacchic; bacchanalian; bacchanal; carousing.
      • a night of bacchanalian revelry
      • carousing bands of drunken soldiers
      • orgiastic festivity

  • experienced
    • adjective having experience; having knowledge or skill from observation or participation
      experient.
    • verb go or live through
      see; go through; experience.
      • We had many trials to go through
      • he saw action in Viet Nam

  • delirious
    • adjective satellite experiencing delirium
      hallucinating.
    • adjective satellite marked by uncontrolled excitement or emotion
      unrestrained; mad; frantic; excited.
      • a crowd of delirious baseball fans
      • something frantic in their gaiety
      • a mad whirl of pleasure

  • cheap
    • adjective relatively low in price or charging low prices
      inexpensive.
      • it would have been cheap at twice the price
      • inexpensive family restaurants
    • adjective satellite tastelessly showy
      garish; gaudy; brassy; meretricious; tatty; tawdry; flash; flashy; tacky; gimcrack; loud; trashy.
      • a flash car
      • a flashy ring
      • garish colors
      • a gaudy costume
      • loud sport shirts
      • a meretricious yet stylish book
      • tawdry ornaments

  • heavenly
    • adjective relating to or inhabiting a divine heaven
      celestial.
      • celestial beings
      • heavenly hosts
    • adjective of or relating to the sky
      celestial.
      • celestial map
      • a heavenly body

  • induced
    • adjective brought about or caused; not spontaneous
      • a case of steroid-induced weakness
    • verb cause to arise
      bring on; induce.
      • induce a crisis

  • shamanic
    Of or pertaining to Shamanism.
  • shall
    To owe; to be under obligation for. Obs. "By the faith I shall to God" Court of Love.
  • mystical
    • adjective relating to or characteristic of mysticism
      mystic.
      • mystical religion
    • adjective relating to or resembling mysticism
      mystic.
      • mystical intuition
      • mystical theories about the securities market

  • unknown
    • noun an unknown and unexplored region
      terra incognita; unknown region.
      • they came like angels out the unknown
    • noun anyone who does not belong in the environment in which they are found
      alien; stranger.

  • seraphic
    • adjective of or relating to an angel of the first order
      seraphical.
      • he imagined a seraphic presence in the room
    • adjective satellite having a sweet nature befitting an angel or cherub
      cherubic; angelic; angelical; sweet.
      • an angelic smile
      • a cherubic face
      • looking so seraphic when he slept
      • a sweet disposition

  • thread
    • noun a fine cord of twisted fibers (of cotton or silk or wool or nylon etc.) used in sewing and weaving
      yarn.
    • noun any long object resembling a thin line
      ribbon.
      • a mere ribbon of land
      • the lighted ribbon of traffic
      • from the air the road was a grey thread
      • a thread of smoke climbed upward

  • swooning
    • adjective satellite weak and likely to lose consciousness
      light; faint; light-headed; lightheaded.
      • suddenly felt faint from the pain
      • was sick and faint from hunger
      • felt light in the head
      • a swooning fit
      • light-headed with wine
      • light-headed from lack of sleep
    • verb pass out from weakness, physical or emotional distress due to a loss of blood supply to the brain
      swoon; pass out; faint; conk.

  • above
    • noun an earlier section of a written text
      • for instructions refer to the above
    • adjective satellite appearing earlier in the same text
      • flaws in the above interpretation

  • frenzied
    • adjective satellite affected with or marked by frenzy or mania uncontrolled by reason
      manic.
      • a frenzied attack
      • a frenzied mob
      • the prosecutor's frenzied denunciation of the accused"- H.W.Carter
      • outbursts of drunken violence and manic activity and creativity
    • adjective satellite excessively agitated; distraught with fear or other violent emotion
      frenetic; frantic; phrenetic.
      • frantic with anger and frustration
      • frenetic screams followed the accident
      • a frenzied look in his eye

  • inspired
    • adjective satellite being of such surpassing excellence as to suggest inspiration by the gods
      elysian; divine.
      • her pies were simply divine
      • the divine Shakespeare
      • an elysian meal
      • an inspired performance
    • verb heighten or intensify
      invigorate; enliven; animate; inspire; exalt.
      • These paintings exalt the imagination

  • supernal
    • adjective being or coming from on high
      • interpret the plague as a visitation from heaven, a supernal punishment for the sins of men
    • adjective satellite of heaven or the spirit
      celestial; ethereal.
      • celestial peace
      • ethereal melodies
      • the supernal happiness of a quiet death

  • whenever
    At whatever time. "Whenever that shall be." Milton.
  • amorous
    • adjective satellite inclined toward or displaying love
      amative.
      • feeling amorous
    • adjective satellite expressive of or exciting sexual love or romance
      amatory; romantic.
      • her amatory affairs
      • amorous glances
      • a romantic adventure
      • a romantic moonlight ride

  • beyond
    • adverb farther along in space or time or degree
      • through the valley and beyond
      • to the eighth grade but not beyond
      • will be influential in the 1990s and beyond
    • adverb on the farther side from the observer
      • a pond with a hayfield beyond

  • indescribable
    • adjective satellite defying expression or description
      indefinable; ineffable; untellable; unutterable; unspeakable.
      • indefinable yearnings
      • indescribable beauty
      • ineffable ecstasy
      • inexpressible anguish
      • unspeakable happiness
      • unutterable contempt
      • a thing of untellable splendor

  • before
    • adverb earlier in time; previously
      earlier.
      • I had known her before
      • as I said before
      • he called me the day before but your call had come even earlier
      • her parents had died four years earlier
      • I mentioned that problem earlier
    • adverb at or in the front
      in front; ahead.
      • I see the lights of a town ahead
      • the road ahead is foggy
      • staring straight ahead
      • we couldn't see over the heads of the people in front
      • with the cross of Jesus marching on before

  • ravishing
    • adjective satellite stunningly beautiful
      • a ravishing blonde
    • verb force (someone) to have sex against their will
      violate; ravish; dishonor; assault; dishonour; outrage; rape.
      • The woman was raped on her way home at night

  • became
    • verb enter or assume a certain state or condition
      go; get.
      • He became annoyed when he heard the bad news
      • It must be getting more serious
      • her face went red with anger
      • She went into ecstasy
      • Get going!
    • verb undergo a change or development
      turn.
      • The water turned into ice
      • Her former friend became her worst enemy
      • He turned traitor

  • mystic
    • noun someone who believes in the existence of realities beyond human comprehension
      religious mystic.
    • adjective satellite having an import not apparent to the senses nor obvious to the intelligence; beyond ordinary understanding
      mystical; occult; secret; orphic; mysterious.
      • mysterious symbols
      • the mystical style of Blake
      • occult lore
      • the secret learning of the ancients

  • during
    In the time of; as long as the action or existence of; as, during life; during the space of a year.
  • devotional
    • noun a short religious service
    • adjective satellite relating to worship
      • a devotional exercise

  • promised
    • noun a verbal commitment by one person to another agreeing to do (or not to do) something in the future
    • noun grounds for feeling hopeful about the future
      hope.
      • there is little or no promise that he will recover

  • meditative
    • adjective satellite deeply or seriously thoughtful;
      pensive; broody; ruminative; pondering; brooding; contemplative; musing; reflective.
      • Byron lives on not only in his poetry, but also in his creation of the 'Byronic hero' - the persona of a brooding melancholy young man

  • seven
    • noun the cardinal number that is the sum of six and one
      heptad; sevener; VII; septet; 7; septenary.
    • noun one of four playing cards in a deck with seven pips on the face
      seven-spot.

  • ineffable
    • adjective satellite defying expression or description
      indefinable; indescribable; untellable; unutterable; unspeakable.
      • indefinable yearnings
      • indescribable beauty
      • ineffable ecstasy
      • inexpressible anguish
      • unspeakable happiness
      • unutterable contempt
      • a thing of untellable splendor
    • adjective satellite too sacred to be uttered
      unnameable; unutterable; unspeakable.
      • the ineffable name of the Deity

  • upon
    On; -- used in all the senses of that word, with which it is interchangeable. "Upon an hill of flowers." Chaucer.
    Our host upon his stirrups stood anon. Chaucer.
    Thou shalt take of the blood that is upon the altar. Ex. xxix. 21.
    The Philistines be upon thee, Samson. Judg. xvi. 9.
    As I did stand my watch upon the hill. Shak.
    He made a great difference between people that did rebel upon wantonness, and them that did rebel upon want. Bacon.
    This advantage we lost upon the invention of firearms. Addison.
    Upon the whole, it will be necessary to avoid that perpetual repetition of the same epithets which we find in Homer. Pope.
    He had abandoned the frontiers, retiring upon Glasgow. Sir. W. Scott.
    Philip swore upon the Evangelists to abstain from aggression in my absence. Landor.
    Upon conveys a more distinct notion that on carries with it of something that literally or metaphorically bears or supports. It is less employed than it used to be, on having for the most part taken its place. Some expressions formed with it belong only to old style; as, upon pity they were taken away; that is, in consequence of pity: upon the rate of thirty thousand; that is, amounting to the rate: to die upon the hand; that is, by means of the hand: he had a garment upon; that is, upon himself: the time is coming fast upon; that is, upon the present time. By the omission of its object, upon acquires an adverbial sense, as in the last two examples.
  • portable
    • noun a small light typewriter; usually with a case in which it can be carried
    • adjective easily or conveniently transported
      • a portable television set

  • described
    • adjective satellite represented in words especially with sharpness and detail
      • the vividly described wars
    • verb give a description of
      draw; describe; depict.
      • He drew an elaborate plan of attack

  • visionary
    • noun a person given to fanciful speculations and enthusiasms with little regard for what is actually possible
    • noun a person with unusual powers of foresight
      illusionist; seer.

  • produced
    • noun fresh fruits and vegetable grown for the market
      green goods; garden truck; green groceries.
    • verb bring forth or yield
      bring forth.
      • The tree would not produce fruit

  • voluptuous
    • adjective satellite having strong sexual appeal
      toothsome; luscious; red-hot; juicy.
      • juicy barmaids
      • a red-hot mama
      • a voluptuous woman
      • a toothsome blonde in a tight dress
    • adjective satellite (of a woman's body) having a large bosom and pleasing curves
      busty; sonsie; stacked; full-bosomed; bosomy; buxom; curvaceous; curvy; well-endowed; sonsy.
      • Hollywood seems full of curvaceous blondes
      • a curvy young woman in a tight dress

  • caused
    • noun events that provide the generative force that is the origin of something
      • they are trying to determine the cause of the crash
    • noun a justification for something existing or happening
      reason; grounds.
      • he had no cause to complain
      • they had good reason to rejoice

  • unearthly
    • adjective satellite concerned with or affecting the spirit or soul
      spiritual.
      • a spiritual approach to life
      • spiritual fulfillment
      • spiritual values
      • unearthly love
    • adjective satellite suggesting the operation of supernatural influences
      weird; eldritch; uncanny.
      • an eldritch screech
      • the three weird sisters
      • stumps...had uncanny shapes as of monstrous creatures"- John Galsworthy
      • an unearthly light
      • he could hear the unearthly scream of some curlew piercing the din"- Henry Kingsley

  • grew
    • verb pass into a condition gradually, take on a specific property or attribute; become
      turn.
      • The weather turned nasty
      • She grew angry
    • verb become larger, greater, or bigger; expand or gain
      • The problem grew too large for me
      • Her business grew fast

  • feigned
    • adjective satellite not genuine
      • feigned sympathy
    • verb make believe with the intent to deceive
      affect; feign; pretend; dissemble; sham.
      • He feigned that he was ill
      • He shammed a headache

  • concerning
    • noun something that interests you because it is important or affects you
      • the safety of the ship is the captain's concern
    • noun an anxious feeling
      fear; care.
      • care had aged him
      • they hushed it up out of fear of public reaction

  • unutterable
    • adjective satellite too sacred to be uttered
      unnameable; ineffable; unspeakable.
      • the ineffable name of the Deity
    • adjective satellite defying expression or description
      indefinable; indescribable; ineffable; untellable; unspeakable.
      • indefinable yearnings
      • indescribable beauty
      • ineffable ecstasy
      • inexpressible anguish
      • unspeakable happiness
      • unutterable contempt
      • a thing of untellable splendor

  • seem
    • verb give a certain impression or have a certain outward aspect
      look; appear.
      • She seems to be sleeping
      • This appears to be a very difficult problem
      • This project looks fishy
      • They appeared like people who had not eaten or slept for a long time
    • verb seem to be true, probable, or apparent
      appear.
      • It seems that he is very gifted
      • It appears that the weather in California is very bad

  • rapt
    • adjective satellite feeling great rapture or delight
      rhapsodic; rapturous; enraptured; ecstatic.

  • poor
    • noun people without possessions or wealth (considered as a group)
      poor people.
      • the urban poor need assistance
    • adjective satellite deserving or inciting pity
      wretched; pathetic; pitiable; piteous; misfortunate; miserable; pitiful; hapless.
      • a hapless victim
      • miserable victims of war
      • the shabby room struck her as extraordinarily pathetic"- Galsworthy
      • piteous appeals for help
      • pitiable homeless children
      • a pitiful fate
      • Oh, you poor thing
      • his poor distorted limbs
      • a wretched life

  • spiritual
    • noun a kind of religious song originated by Blacks in the southern United States
      Negro spiritual.
    • adjective satellite concerned with sacred matters or religion or the church
      religious.
      • religious texts
      • a member of a religious order
      • lords temporal and spiritual
      • spiritual leaders
      • spiritual songs

  • without
    On or at the outside of; out of; not within; as, without doors.
    Without the gate Some drive the cars, and some the coursers rein. Dryden.

  • sublime
    • verb vaporize and then condense right back again
      sublimate.
    • verb change or cause to change directly from a solid into a vapor without first melting
      sublimate.
      • sublime iodine
      • some salts sublime when heated

  • seemed
    • verb give a certain impression or have a certain outward aspect
      look; appear.
      • She seems to be sleeping
      • This appears to be a very difficult problem
      • This project looks fishy
      • They appeared like people who had not eaten or slept for a long time
    • verb seem to be true, probable, or apparent
      appear.
      • It seems that he is very gifted
      • It appears that the weather in California is very bad

  • religious
    • noun a member of a religious order who is bound by vows of poverty and chastity and obedience
    • adjective satellite concerned with sacred matters or religion or the church
      spiritual.
      • religious texts
      • a member of a religious order
      • lords temporal and spiritual
      • spiritual leaders
      • spiritual songs

  • come
    • noun the thick white fluid containing spermatozoa that is ejaculated by the male genital tract
      semen; ejaculate; seminal fluid; seed; cum.
    • verb move toward, travel toward something or somebody or approach something or somebody
      come up.
      • He came singing down the road
      • Come with me to the Casbah
      • come down here!
      • come out of the closet!
      • come into the room



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