Synonyms for seraphim

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Father Seraphim began to drive them away, saying that Father Sergius was tired.

He hears and feels what you say of the seraphim, and of the tin-peddler.

The organ was rolling and voices arose sweet as those of seraphim.

The Cherubim and Seraphim have wings that elevate them above our zenith.

Around this figure is painted a group of Seraphim on a grey blue ground.

By our translation the impression is produced that they come from the seraphim.

They are also called cherubim and seraphim, that is, cherubs and seraphs.

A chorus of cherubim and seraphim could not have left her more uplifted.

"She picks it all up from Seraphim, of course," he reflected presently.

Of course, one had always heard he was devoted to you, Seraphim—He is still.