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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of emparadise.
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But is this emparadised life to be some day thrown aside?
It occurred to him that if he fell, the emparadised hour would be lost for ever.
Her talk about these things simply emparadised me; it lifted me into a heaven of hope that I, too, might some day meet such elect spirits and converse with them face to face.
Jerusalem, be emparadised forever in the embraces of their God.
Who has ever risen from his table unsatisfied, or from his bosom un-emparadised?
The inanimate creation spread before his view its unparalleled beauties, and nature furnished a table to supply all his wants; the animal world acknowledged his superiority, and went to him to receive their names: his Maker condescended to hold communion with this excellent and intellectual creature, admitting him to that sacred intercourse, and imparting some of that divine knowledge which will no doubt constitute the future felicity of emparadised believers: still he had no COMPANION, no one to share his pleasures, no one upon equal terms to whom he could communicate his sentiments.