Ecstasy

  • 61 ecstasy — Noun. The drug Methylenedioxymethamphetamine, MDMA. Popular in Britain from the late 1980s and was essential in the early development of the British House and Techno music scene …

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  • 62 ecstasy — n 1. exaltation, elation, exhilaration, thrill, ravishment; paroxysm, orgasm, excitement, excitation; sensation, emotion, enthusiasm, elan. 2. rapture, transport, bliss, elysium; euphoria, happiness, joy, gladness, felicity; delight, delectation …

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  • 63 ecstasy — ec·sta·sy …

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  • 64 Ecstasy — n. the street name for methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA), a mildly hallucinogenic drug that generates feelings of euphoria in those who take it. Its most common side effect is hyperthermia; drinking large quantities of water to combat the… …

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  • 65 ecstasy — n. a sense of extreme wellbeing and bliss. The word applies particularly to trance states dominated by religious thinking. While not necessarily pathological, it can be caused by epilepsy (especially of the temporal lobe) or by schizophrenia or… …

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  • 66 ecstasy — noun Syn: rapture, bliss, joy, elation, euphoria, rhapsodies Ant: misery …

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  • 67 ecstasy —  Экстаз …

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  • 68 ecstasy — [ˈekstəsi] noun 1) [C/U] a feeling of great happiness and pleasure 2) [U] an illegal drug that young people take, especially in NIGHTCLUBS …

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  • 69 ecstasy — /ˈɛkstəsi / (say ekstuhsee) noun (plural ecstasies) 1. overpowering emotion or exaltation; a sudden access of intense feeling. 2. rapturous delight. 3. the frenzy of poetic inspiration. 4. mental transport or rapture arising from the… …

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  • 70 ecstasy — s ( n) MDMA, centralstimulerande narkotiskt medel …

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  • 71 Ecstasy — Ec|s|ta|sy [ ɛkstəzi ], die; , s oder das; [s], s <englisch> (eine Droge) …

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  • 72 ecstasy — n. (pl. ies) 1 an overwhelming feeling of joy or rapture. 2 Psychol. an emotional or religious frenzy or trancelike state. 3 sl. methylenedioxymethamphetamine, a powerful stimulant and hallucinatory drug (see MDMA). Etymology: ME f. OF extasie f …

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  • 73 Ecstasy (emotion) — Ecstasy is subjective experience of total involvement of the subject with an object of his or her awareness. Because total involvement with an object of our interest is not our ordinary experience since we are ordinarily aware also of other… …

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  • 74 Ecstasy (philosophy) — Ecstasy, (or ekstasis ) from the Ancient Greek, έκ στασις (ex stasis), to be or stand outside oneself, a removal to elsewhere (from ex : out, and stasis : a stand, or a standoff of forces).Hellenic PhilosophyIt is used in philosophy usually to… …

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  • 75 Ecstasy (Roman) — Ecstasy: Three Tales of Chemical Romance ist eine 1996 von Irvine Welsh veröffentlichte Sammlung dreier voneinander unabhängiger Kurzgeschichten. Der Schreibstil ist hauptsächlich geprägt von Slang und Gossensprache und detailreicher Schilderung… …

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  • 76 Ecstasy of Saint Theresa — (EOST) is a Czech shoegaze band formed in 1990 by Jan Muchow and Irna Libowitz. Early influences included Siouxsie and the Banshees, Cocteau Twins and My Bloody Valentine.By 1999 the band comprised Jan P. Muchow and actress singer Kateřina… …

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  • 77 Ecstasy (comics) — Ecstasy est une super vilaine créée par Marvel Comics. Elle est apparue pour la première fois dans Doctor Strange vol.2 #78. Origine Criminelle française, Renée Deladier, était une narco trafiquante basée à Marseille. Elle distribuait surtout de… …

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  • 78 Ecstasy (play) — Ecstasy is a 1979 play by British playwright Mike Leigh with a six character cast. It covers the life of four blue collar friends living in a ratty area in London near Kilburn High Street and the drunken frustration in their lives, namely that of …

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  • 79 ecstasy, mysticism, and hallucinations —    The term ecstasy comes from the Greek noun ekstasis, which has a variety of meanings and connotations, including departure, dismissal, mental derangement, and poignancy. In the present context it translates loosely as being outside oneself .… …

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  • 80 Ecstasy (comics) — Superherobox caption=Ecstasy, art by Mike Perkins comic color=background:#ff8080 character name=Ecstasy real name=Renee Deladier publisher=Marvel Comics debut= Dr. Strange vol. 2 #78 (August 1986) creators=Peter B. Gillis alliance… …

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