seraphic

[ UK /sˈɛɹəfˌɪk/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. having a sweet nature befitting an angel or cherub
    looking so seraphic when he slept
    a cherubic face
    an angelic smile
    a sweet disposition
  2. of or relating to an angel of the first order
    he imagined a seraphic presence in the room
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How To Use seraphic In A Sentence

  • Surely, if any spot in the world be sacred, it is that in which grief ceases, and for which, if the voice within our hearts mocks us not with an everlasting lie, we spring upon the untiring wings of a pangless and seraphic life -- those whom we love around us -- our nature, universal intelligence, our atmosphere, eternal love. Percy Bysshe Shelley as a Philosopher and Reformer
  • For a time there are smiles, and arms lifted up, and seraphic dreamy looks, and a swaying to the music, and warm embraces of other people and enthusiasm for Christian things.
  • And in a child's voice, so full of seraphic purity, the words were read.
  • Funerals are now talked about as much as they ever were in the morbid high Victorian era of mourning stationery and seraphic monuments.
  • I sorely missed Berenike of "Laodicea" at that moment, for really, it is Berenike who introduced "Seraphic Singles" to the Traddie British bit of the Catholic Blogosphere. undefined
  • Growing from the subsoil of peasant culture and shaped by folk religion, they are seraphic, as in Oleksy's devotional works and devilishly rebellious, as in Mucha's powerful carvings.
  • He felt a painful affection for her; she seemed seraphic, untouched by evil, as fine and delicate as a ghost in a tale. THREE KINDS OF KISSING - SCOTTISH SHORT STORIES
  • he imagined a seraphic presence in the room
  • Surely, if any spot in the world be sacred, it is that in which grief ceases, and for which, if the voice within our hearts mocks us not with an everlasting lie, we spring upon the untiring wings of a pangless and seraphic life ” those whom we love around us ” our nature, universal intelligence, our atmosphere, eternal love.” Percy Bysshe Shelley as a Philosopher and Reformer
  • He looked at her with eyes unlike anyone else's: eyes that were seraphic bright blue, but with pupils burning with coruscating white fire.
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