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  • adj. superlative form of blessed: most blessed.


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  • ‘That ‘ere Tony is the blessedest boy,’ said Mr. Weller, heedless of this rebuff, ‘the blessedest boy as ever I see in MY days! of all the charmin’est infants as ever I heerd tell on, includin’ them as was kivered over by the robin-redbreasts arter they’d committed sooicide with blackberries, there never wos any like that ‘ere little Tony.

    Master Humphrey's Clock

  • He will speak of the god first and then of his gifts: He is the fairest and blessedest and best of the gods, and also the youngest, having had no existence in the old days of Iapetus and Cronos when the gods were at war.

    The Symposium

  • The merriest and blessedest of Christmasses to you and your family and circle of loved ones.

    Scary Christmas Nu-Jazz by Mir & Hubby: Guaraldi-Gaiman Mash-Up, "Nicholas & Lucy"

  • Oh, this was the blessedest sound that had ever made music in the king's ears; for it was Miles Hendon's voice!

    Vietnam: Solutions

  • Call upon them often, and you will learn one of the blessedest things about life, the companionship of boobs.

    The Elson Readers, Book 5

  • Some of de people said I was crazy, but de pious folks said I had got a blessin '; and so I had, de blessedest blessin' ever I got.

    'Our Guy' or, The elder brother

  • "Now, little mother," said I to Mistress Tonks, "supper's the blessedest word I know."

    The Yeoman Adventurer

  • "But de blessedest man in de world oughter know de truth; dat's what _I_ tink!"

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 04, No. 26, December, 1859

  • Now, for our part, we think all the Diogenidæ right, but not precisely in the way in which they state the matter; and we think the seedy Diogenes the rightest of all, -- because he has struck nearest to the centre, to the organic fact which controls the other facts, -- yet, without sharing his prejudice against credit, one of the blessedest of inventions.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 01, No. 01, November, 1857 A Magazine of Literature, Art, and Politics

  • Of how he had found him kissing three long bright hairs in rapture, and on asking where he got them, received as an answer - "From the God-blessedest little angel that ever wore long hair!"

    A Confederate girl's diary,


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