Rapture in a sentence

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rapture;

[noun] A state of great excitement, joy and happiness;

Her rapture and enthusiasm radiate from her, and bring hope to everyone around her.

The effects of the drug can also range from rapture to paranoia to boredom.

For without spiritual happiness and rapture, life is shallow.

His grief and mourning yield to delight and rapture with the new hope.

Can we find rapture in spite of suffering and death?

His rapture for nature makes the beholder of his canvases take a new look at the beauty around him.

Mary was filled with rapture at the voice of her father.

Her mood swung from rapture to depression and back again during the first few days after her baby was born.

Never had he experienced such rapture in his lifetime.