celestial

[ suh-les-chuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF celestial

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A kind of celestial beings, which are fabled by the Hindoos.

As who should say, I devote him to the celestial Powers as an immortal artist!

The others moved their chairs down to join him in the celestial vision.

The little citizen, not to be outdone, declared her to be a celestial witness.

I saw her sable skirts all fringed with light From the celestial walls!

The celestial city lies behind that fog—doesn't it, Christiana?'

Even the outward form is impressed with a beam of celestial lustre.

I was brought along by a celestial, impulsive guidance, which I followed I knew not why.

We should aim at celestial honour, and not regard the contemning of men.

Her eyes, in the centre of her flabby and grimacing face, were of celestial beauty.

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