Carefree, ecstatic … and completely unaware that the massive milk truck is bearing down on him at roughly five miles per hour.
To say that James Gunn is ecstatic is a vast understatement.
When they asked me to be a judge, I was ecstatic because I can actually give back and be a mentor and have a voice in that way.
Perhaps I could be as overwhelming a writer as Dostoyevsky, yet I am not an ecstatic, gratulant epileptic like him.
In contrast to the ecstatic mood of his partisans, the president was the opposite of triumphal.
Something within him whispered, as in the days of early manhood, at the ecstatic hour of sunrise.
Betty ran to the door and called "John," in an ecstatic tone, "come on."
There was a dull aching in her heart in the voids left by the ebbing of her ecstatic happiness.
For him man "sweeps the strings and they thrill with an ecstatic meaning."
Carmencita's arms were outstretched and her hands came together with ecstatic emphasis.
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.