Téa Obreht's The Tiger's Wife, although it comes as rapturously praised as a novel can, is a welcome relief.
It is simply meant to be deliciously, rapturously beautiful—a goal far more difficult than it seems.
You see when I flew up so rapturously, I hadn't had time for second thought.
Once more he pressed his lips to her hand, and kissed it rapturously.
Jim was licking his face now, rapturously, and evidently coaxing him to get up and come away.
"I don't feel as if I'd ever want to go to sleep," she said rapturously.
“You dear child,” cried Madame embracing Jeanne rapturously.
They had left each other several times, but how rapturously they had returned.
She flew at her brother, flung her arms round his neck and kissed him rapturously.
"He is going to stay a while longer," he informed her, rapturously.