rapturous

[rap-cher-uhs]
adjective
1.
full of, feeling, or manifesting ecstatic joy or delight.
2.
characterized by, attended with, or expressive of such rapture: rapturous praise.

Origin:
1670–80; rapture + -ous

rapturously, adverb
rapturousness, noun
unrapturous, adjective
unrapturously, adverb
unrapturousness, noun
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rapturous (ˈræptʃərəs)
 
adj
experiencing or manifesting ecstatic joy or delight
 
rapturously
 
adv
 
rapturousness
 
n

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Example sentences
And the plan itself received rapturous praise in the first couple of days after
  its release.
Although the book is often frustrating to read, the critical response to it has
  been rapturous.
Some parts of it are rapturous and stirring, others hugely improbable, and the
  film moves unpredictably from one mode to another.
When it was all over, rapturous cries begged and pleaded for an encore.
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