beatitude

[ bee-at-i-tood, -tyood ]SEE DEFINITION OF beatitude

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Roudier and Granoux came to rouse him from this state of beatitude.

There is a beatitude for such as you—'Blessed are the poor in spirit.'

Paten smiled pleasantly at this picture of beatitude, and smoked on.

The worn, seamed face lifted to his was transfigured by its look of beatitude.

It exudes warmth, strength, beatitude, yet there is none of the animal.

For they are so filled with the joy of their beatitude that sorrow finds no place in them.

And what Beatitude means is, with many, a source of much dispute.

They went about in a state of Elysian beatitude, these young people.

The toad is a fakeer, and thinks the beatitude of life lies in contemplation.

But it may be punished after death by a shorter or longer exclusion from that beatitude.

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