Ravish

• (v. t.) To seize and carry away by violence; to snatch by force. • (v. t.) To transport with joy or delight; to delight to ecstasy. • (v. t.) To have carnal knowledge of (a woman) by force, and against her consent; to rape.
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ravish

1. To seize and carry away by violence; to snatch by force. 'These hairs which thou dost ravish from my chin Will quicken, and accuse thee.' (Shak) 'This hand shall ravish thy pretended right.' (Dryden) ... 2. To transport with joy or delight; to delight to ecstasy. 'Ravished . . . For the joy.' 'Thou hast ravished my heart.' (Cant. Iv. 9) ... 3. T...
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Ravish

Rav'ish (răv'ĭsh) transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Ravished (-ĭsht); present participle & verbal noun Ravishing .] [ Middle English ravissen , French ravir , from Latin rapere to snatc...
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ravish

ravish 1. To seize and to carry away by force. 2. To rape; to violate. 3. To overwhelm with emotion; to enrapture. 4. Etymologically from Middle English, 'to seize and to take away by violence', from Middle French raviss-, stem of ravir; ultimately from Latin rapere 'to seize, to rob'.
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