angel[ eyn-juh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF angel
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ANGEL
“If an angel be a messenger of God, I trow he is one,” said Tibble.
So there is full proof, that she came not from above all at once an angel!
That I am not now; nor have I been from the moment I beheld this angel of a woman.
And an angel still rides in the whirlwind and directs this storm.
If a call come to a man in prison it will be by an angel who can let him out.
Truly a demon had possessed him: might not an angel have been by him as he slept?
It seemed to my sleepy eyes as if an angel had melted his own door through the wall!
Diablo's no angel, as you've said, Langdon, and this boy made him a heap worse.
So the years passed, the angel watching his blooming charge.
The same dream had I,—an angel appearing to me and speaking these very words.