Definitions

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  • adj. blessed
  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of bless.

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Examples

  • He offers the melodramatic notion that her fingers playing over those "dancing chips" or keys is "Making dead wood more bless'd than living lips."

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • What know'st thou of the chief, men call the bless'd?

    Iphigenia in Tauris

  • Prosperous, and in the fate that guards you bless'd.

    Iphigenia in Tauris

  • Gods; I look'd down upon all moral Vertues, as Steps by which I had ascended to this Happiness of Mind; I almost bless'd those Misfortunes that had thus brought me to know the Feebleness and Instability of all earthly Persuits and Acquests, and chiefly that I had truly learnt to know and contemn myself, and, for the Love of the Gods, long'd to be freed from this mortal Being.

    Exilius

  • The ungrateful Wretch, (continu'd she) with many opposite Replies, gave me the Picture, telling me, he found nothing charming in it, nor in its Original, since his Eyes were bless'd with the

    Exilius

  • And lots of "have a nice days," or even more often, "have a bless'd day."

    Ellen Leary: Campaign Journal: Another Bless'd Weekend

  • (More discussion initiated by Lorene Mae.) "Okay, I'll put you down as undecided, Lorene Mae ... have a bless'd day, ma'am."

    Ellen Leary: Campaign Journal: Another Bless'd Weekend

  • (Okay, Ellen, cue in the bless'd day close for the duration of the weekend.) "I'm undecided."

    Ellen Leary: Campaign Journal: Another Bless'd Weekend

  • As a Ghost myself, bless'd or curs'd as I may be to have observed the World these past Centuries, you may imagine the Insults & Calumnies to which I have been witness.

    The Lipstick Coffeehouse.

  • Hail Mary, fulla grace, the Lord is with thee, bless'd 'mongst women, n' bless'd is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus

    Thanks for the intercession of the Blessed Mother

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