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adjective as in happy

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My blessed mother had even packed a gargantuan Tony’s Caramel chocolate bar, six ounces and six inches of total sugar pleasure.

I felt incredibly lucky, blessed, and privileged, given what my lawyer had conveyed to me would be the likeliest outcome.

I don’t always realize how blessed I’ve been to work with a drummer like that for 40 years.

I feel blessed to have the joy of being able to develop what I do with love and at the same time receive the support of those who follow me.

I don’t see any limits, so I’m just blessed to be doing what I’m doing right now, and I’m always excited about the next day.

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They are impressive animals, solitary hunters blessed with incredible power and athleticism.

Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called the children of God.

All Cohen needed to do was add “of blessed memory” after each political casualty was mentioned.

I realized that every day we are blessed with so much and I wanted to give back in some way.

I had come to terms with death then, and I feel so blessed every day that I am still alive.

The Father had been in sore straits of mind, as month after month had passed without tidings of his "blessed child."

My schooling was shocking but, as a blessed compensation, my college stage was rather exceptionally good.

And this went on during the whole of the time this country was blessed with Cromwell and a Republican Government.

This man had often escaped drowning, and only recently upon the blessed day of last Pentecost.

To travelers blessed with golden sunshine, the Rhine may wear a grander, nobler aspect, and to such I leave it.


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On this page you'll find 83 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to blessed, such as: adored, beatified, consecrated, divine, enthroned, and exalted.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.