beatification

[ bee-at-uh-fi-key-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF beatification
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But if the beatification of the world is not a work of nature but a work of art, then it involves an artist.

He is now like Bellarmine ranked among the venerable, and the process of his beatification is proceeding.

To rightly know myself in my relationship, this, they say, is the only qualification for beatification.

Her beatification commenced yesterday afternoon, exactly at forty minutes after six.

But I could find it in my heart to regret the witch even now that I am on the eve of beatification.

The poor Dyspepsy's eager grasp at beatification relaxed: he went underground again.

Presumably the bill for professional services involved in this beatification was $20,000.

The one central aim—to represent the beatification of the heroine—how was this to be attained?

Thus, even during her lifetime, she enjoyed certain of the privileges of beatification.

The decree for the introduction of the cause for the beatification and canonization of Joan of Arc has been signed at last.

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