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  • adj. comparative form of blessed: more blessed


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  • They somehow feel there is somewhere a blessing that might be blesseder, a beauty that should be more beautiful.


  • That and no other was the sound, and a blesseder I never heard.

    The White Wolf and Other Fireside Tales

  • Blessed is he or she who is in this degree: but yet are they blesseder who might hold to this degree and turn to the other, that is to _Inseparable_.

    The Form of Perfect Living and Other Prose Treatises

  • "That usually it's that way, but in this case it will be a thousand times blesseder to _receive_, and I never can thank you enough."

    The Little Colonel's Chum: Mary Ware

  • That it hath pleased Him to exalt me to this calling, with all mine heart and soul, friend, I thank God! I can go unto the stake as I would to my bridal; and be assured of an happier and blesseder meeting therefor hereafter.

    Robin Tremayne A Story of the Marian Persecution

  • 'There never was a dearer or a blesseder young lady than is my young lady, Sir,' said Susan, 'and I ought to know a great deal better than some for I have seen her in her grief and I have seen her in her joy

    Dombey and Son


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