- rapture of the deep,
- rara avis,
Origin of rapturous
Examples from the Web for rapturously
It is simply meant to be deliciously, rapturously beautiful—a goal far more difficult than it seems.
Téa Obreht's The Tiger's Wife, although it comes as rapturously praised as a novel can, is a welcome relief.
Dick went into the street, and was rapturously received by Binkie.The Works of Rudyard Kipling: One Volume Edition|Rudyard Kipling
"Anything you ask," he cried, rapturously, and attempted to take her in his arms.The Courier of the Ozarks|Byron A. Dunn
She clasped her arms about Helen's neck and kissed her rapturously, and the girl was deeply moved.
There was a good deal to say to Uncle Jason, and yet it was rather difficult not to write too rapturously.
"There's to be a picture of your statue in the School Magazine," said Mabel rapturously.A Fourth Form Friendship|Angela Brazil