unraptured

raptured

[rap-cherd]
adjective Theology.
(especially of saints) experiencing religious ecstasy as a result of one's faith.

Origin:
1675–85; rapture + -ed2

unraptured, adjective
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rapture
1600, "act of carrying off," from M.Fr. rapture, from M.L. raptura "seizure, rape, kidnapping," from L. raptus "a carrying off" (see rapt). Originally of women and cognate with rape (v.). Sense of "spiritual ecstasy" first recorded 1629.
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