I spoke to Ann after her ecstatically received address and she was less than amused.
One expects that an ecstatically rendered sex scene would follow, but their first night together is only tacitly referenced.
I was ecstatically prepared to have this setup revolutionize my reporting.
1590s, "mystically absorbed, stupefied," from Greek ekstatikos "unstable," from ekstasis (see ecstatic). Meaning "characterized by intense emotions" is from 1660s, now usually pleasurable ones, but not originally always so. Related: Ecstatical; ecstatically.