ecstasies

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plural of ecstasy
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A trance, frenzy, or rapture associated with mystic or prophetic exaltation
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The drug MDMA, a synthetic entactogen of the phenethylamine family
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A state of emotion so intense that a person is carried beyond rational thought and self-control
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rapturous excitement or exaltation
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{n} rapture , transport, distraction, enthusiasm, excess
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{i} methylenedioxymethamphetamine, MDMA, mood and mind altering amphetamine derivative that was first used in experimental psychotherapeutic treatments (subsequently made illegal in the USA in 1985)
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street names for methylenedioxymethamphetamine
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A state which consists in total suspension of sensibility, of voluntary motion, and largely of mental power
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Violent distraction of mind; violent emotion; excessive grief of anxiety; insanity; madness
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An altered state of consciousness in which the person experiences great rapture and loss of self-control [Also see "Altered State of Consciousness (ASC)" and "Trance" for more info ]
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Ecstasy is an illegal drug which makes people feel happy and energetic
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feeling of intense rapture
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Ecstasy is a feeling of very great happiness. a state of almost religious ecstasy
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MDMA, a synthetic entactogen of the phenethylamine family
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A chemically modified amphetamine that has hallucinogenic as well as stimulant properties
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3, 4-Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA), also commonly called called "E" Usually comes in pill form
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The trance-state or transcendence of self-awareness central to Shamanistic and Charismatic religious This state may be induced through ingestion of psychotropic (hallucinogenic) plants or chemicals, meditation, dance, chanting, drumming, or any of a number of other aids to ecstatic practice Those in an ecstatic state often make prophetic utterances, meaningless, of course, unless those listening can understand them
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a state of being carried away by overwhelming emotion; "listening to sweet music in a perfect rapture"- Charles Dickens
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The state of being beside one's self or rapt out of one's self; a state in which the mind is elevated above the reach of ordinary impressions, as when under the influence of overpowering emotion; an extraordinary elevation of the spirit, as when the soul, unconscious of sensible objects, is supposed to contemplate heavenly mysteries
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{i} rapturous delight, bliss, overpowering emotion (also extasy)
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The body is erect and inflexible; the pulsation and breathing are not affected
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a state of being carried away by overwhelming emotion; "listening to sweet music in a perfect rapture"- Charles Dickens a state of elated bliss
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If you are in ecstasy about something, you are very excited about it. If you go into ecstasies, you become very excited. My father was in ecstasy when I won my scholarship She went into ecstasies over actors. Euphoria-inducing stimulant and hallucinogen. It is a derivative of the amphetamine family and a relative of the stimulant methamphetamine. Taken in pill form, it has a chemical relationship to the psychedelic drug mescaline. Developed in 1913 as an appetite suppressant, the drug was not originally approved for release. In the 1950s and '60s, it began to be used in psychotherapy. The drug increases the production of the neurotransmitter serotonin and blocks its reabsorption in the brain; it also increases the amount of the neurotransmitter dopamine. Stimulation of the central nervous system gives users feelings of increased energy and lowers social inhibitions. By the 1980s, parties and dances that featured Ecstasy use (known as "raves") became popular. Despite its ban in the U.S. and the rest of the world, the drug retained a huge following, and it played an important role in the youth subculture, similar to that of LSD during the 1960s
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(Greek "ekstasis", "being out of its place, distraction, trance") the exaltation of consciousness beyond the limitations of ordinary awareness as a result of extreme emotional exaltation and religious fervor: the state of "being outside of oneself"
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Excessive and overmastering joy or enthusiasm; rapture; enthusiastic delight
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a state of elated bliss
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To fill ecstasy, or with rapture or enthusiasm
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MethyleneDioxyMethAmphetamine
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A derivative of amphetamines Chemical name: 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA)
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Intense pleasure
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(Greek ex-stasisfrom ex-istemi, to stand out of [the body or mind]) To stand out of one's mind is to lose one's wits, to be beside oneself To stand out of one's body is to be disembodied St Paul refers to this when he says he was caught up to the third heaven and heard unutterable words, "whether in the body, or out of the body, I cannot tell" (2 Cor xii 2-4) St John also says he was "in the spirit" - i e in an ecstasy - when he saw the apocalyptic vision (i 10) The belief that the soul left the body at times was very general in former ages, and is still the belief of many (See Ecstatici )
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(Greek ek-stasiz from ex-isthmi, to stand out of [the body or mind]) To stand out of one's mind is to lose one's wits, to be beside oneself To stand out of one's body is to be disembodied St Paul refers to this when he says he was caught up to the third heaven and heard unutterable words, "whether in the body, or out of the body, I cannot tell" (2 Cor xii 2-4) St John also says he was "in the spirit" - i e in an ecstasy - when he saw the apocalyptic vision (i 10) The belief that the soul left the body at times was very general in former ages, and is still the belief of many (See Ecstatici )
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A feeling when you feel you are going to feel a feeling you have never felt before
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ravishment
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