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He was often wonderfully patient of tiresome people, and sometimes celestially insensible to vulgarity.
She had been ruthlessly torn away from the exquisite calm in which, with the Hermes, she had been celestially dreaming.
IN THE WILDERNESSROBERT HICHENS
Mr. Stellato had been celestially commissioned to Barnum the spirits in their Foxden exhibitions.
One was the singing of the choir, minimized and made celestially sweet by the lack of bounding walls and roof.
THE QUICKENINGFRANCIS LYNDE
Out in the summerhouse it was celestially beautiful and peaceful.
MISSYDANA GATLIN
A direct incorporation took place in the first instance, by making the reputed founder to be celestially begotten.
O things done, yet done prophetically; on the earth, yet celestially; by men, yet divinely!
THE CITY OF GOD, VOLUME IIAURELIUS AUGUSTINE
By contrast, the white radiation of Innocence distinguished Constance Asper celestially.

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