angelic

[ an-jel-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF angelic

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They penned me up here with these saintly mothers and these angelic children.

It is an angelic delicacy, which sets you above all our sex, and even above your own.

Rut they were all accompanied with an ineffable dignity, and an angelic purity.

With what ecstasy will he contemplate the angelic felicity of conjugal life!

"We'll be angelic, mother," they chorused, and they really meant it.

She regards him with the angelic modesty of a young girl, but speaks not.

But also He is other than angelic, for He is Man (verses 5, 6, 7).

You would have hated it if she had played it with angelic perfection, because you hated her.

He was my father, the beloved of my angelic mother, and he had never wronged her, never.

It follows, then, that the human soul has a tendency towards the angelic world.

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