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be in a transport of delight

To be extremely happy. I've been in a transport of delight ever since I got engaged—I just can't stop looking at my ring!
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transport someone or something (from some place) (to some place)

to move or convey someone or something from one place to another. In his car, he transported us from our home to the airport. Please see that this box gets transported from here to the loading dock.
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For Lethem, comics are both junk and transportive, just as for Chabon they are both trash and transfiguring.
The standout, red-haired singer, Judith Simonis, looked like a hard-living Ophelia, and her jewel-like sound was transportive.
The mobility of organic compounds in the soil, the transportive and chemical effects of microorganisms, and the development of water repellency as a consequence of changes in compound distribution with time are areas which warrant further investigation.
For while writers such as Schlegel indicate the transportive and liberating properties of the arabesque--its function as conduit to religious experience and the eternal--they nevertheless attach a frenetic aspect to a design originally meant to calm the viewer.
Here Tully has attained an aesthetic vision that is transportive, transcendent, rendered in a Wordsworthian present tense.
The American-Israel Pavilion, serving as the portal to a glorious Jewish past and a triumphant Israeli present and future, sought to offer its visitors a transportive and transformative experience.
For Celibidache, music is a pathway to the Void, to a transportive and transcendent Silence.