Definition of rapturously in English:

rapturously

adverb

  • See rapturous

    • ‘Preoccupied with German culture, Eliot was eager to explore the delights of the Saxon capital, and wrote rapturously in her letters and diaries of the art treasures that she saw there.’
    • ‘Indeed, Morrissey's new songs are the most rapturously received, more so even than the Smiths gems that he periodically drops into our laps.’
    • ‘American audiences didn't question why she had suddenly returned; but they greeted her rapturously with standing ovations.’
    • ‘Each policy statement was rapturously received.’
    • ‘Being conceptually similar to what was then happening in alternative pop, these were rapturously received by a young, European audience.’

Pronunciation

rapturously

/ˈraptʃərəsli/