rav·ish (ˈra-vish) verb, trans
1. to fill with strong emotion, especially joy.
2. to seize and carry off by force.
3. to carry off (a woman) by force.
Examples of RAVISH
- <tales of Caribbean pirates who abducted fair maidens and ravished them without mercy>
- <travelers have long been ravished with wonder and awe by the immensity of the Great Pyramid at Giza>
Origin of RAVISH
Related to RAVISH
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