[ UK /biːɐtˈɪfɪk/ ]
  1. marked by utter benignity; resembling or befitting an angel or saint
    angelic beneficence
    my sainted mother
    a saintly concern for his fellow men
    a beatific smile
  2. experiencing or bestowing celestial joy
    beatific peace
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How To Use beatific In A Sentence

  • For one farthing, given to a poor man in alms, a man is made partaker of the beatifical vision. From the Talmud and Hebraica
  • He will buried in the tomb left vacant after the remains of Pope John XXIII were exhumed from the cramped grotto under St. Peter's Basilica in 2001 and moved to the main floor following his beatification. - Bells, white smoke to announce new pope
  • The so-called diocesan process of his beatification was begun on 11 The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss
  • Beatification is the last step on the road to sainthood, although not all those who are beatified are finally canonised. John Paul II to be beatified in Rome
  • By contrast, the members of Tinariwen radiate a kind of beatific serenity. The Guardian World News
  • A beatific substance module activity you a rattling combative evaluate of welfare with cushy and pliant defrayal options. Xml's
  • His brown eyes, peering out from a deeply lined face, regarded me with an unswervingly beatific expression. DOUBTING THOMAS
  • The Vatican said at the weekend that a decision in favour of the pope's eventual fast-track beatification would be the ‘exclusive competence’ of his successor.
  • The Captain is the benevolent-yet-stern sheriff of this here town and Madame La is his beatific, beautiful wife.
  • In some press accounts this act was linked with the expected beatification, not of Pius XII, but of Pius IX.
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