paradisaical

[ par-uh-di-sey-i-kuh l or par-uh-di-sey-ik; -zey-, -dahy- ]SEE DEFINITION OF paradisaical
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She yielded, and he took the paradisaical creature in his arms.

It is the orthodox, paradisaical view of the origin, unity, and primal perfection of the human race.

The paradisaical peninsula has a building on it with this inscription, "Ospitius Macarii."

Sterne was not living in a Paradisaical age, and he intentionally overstept the boundaries of decorum.

And now he was ravished, rapt away on the wings of paradisaical ecstasy by a something that consisted of kidney and a few eggs.

The Gentle Reader has a warm place in his heart for those whom he calls the paradisaical writers.

All that was tangled in life straightened out before them, the future seemed a sort of paradisaical boulevard.

How sleek, smooth-tongued, paradisaical a deluder art thou, sweet Self-conceit!

I have artistic indigestion;—going to try to dream it away at divine, paradisaical Martinique.

Bellamys ideas will be partly carried out, but in no paradisaical manner.

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