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ravished with delight

Fig. happy or delighted; overcome with happiness or delight. Mary was ravished with delight by the dozen roses. My parents were ravished with delight when I graduated from college.
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Ravish says that even though education is a priority for a child, the realisation should come from within rather than being forced on by parents.
High expectations ends up only pressuring and demotivating the child and doesn't give the space needed for personal growth," said Ravish.
During the course of conversation Husain Ravish invited Federal Minister as a Chief Guest on the occasion of an International Seminar on Family and Globalization being held in Tehran from 12 to 15 May, 2012 .
He made no plea to a charge of assault with intent to ravish.
The scene in which Tartuffe prepares to ravish the merchant's wife (played by Clare Holman) is worth the price of admission alone.
To experience the wonders of cyber eros, you need only visit the lesbian chat rooms at gay corn, where you're as likely to meet a Croatian molecular biologist who will gladly ravish you, wearing her lab coat, as you are to meet a feisty coed from Queens who knows Hamlet by heart.
Sheriff Gail Patrick told him yesterday it was with "hesitation" that she did not send him to the High Court for sentence after he admitted assaulting the girl with intent to ravish her.
The court heard Wilson was convicted seven years ago on charges of assault with intent to ravish and indecent assault.