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  • adj. superlative form of heavenly: most heavenly.

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Examples

  • And Aunt Jane beamed at me over her silver-rimmed spectacles and hitched her own chair a little to one side, in order to give me the full benefit of the wind that was blowing softly through the white-curtained window, and carrying into the room the heavenliest odors from a field of clover that lay in full bloom just across the road.

    Aunt Jane of Kentucky

  • This is the principle of the diviner mind in all high and heroic natures; this is the spring-head of deeds that make laws, of "thoughts that enrich the blood of the world;" this is the power which gives to resolve the force of destiny, and clothes the soul with the heavenliest strength and beauty when it stands single and alone, of men abandoned and almost of God.

    Education and the Higher Life

  • When we asked the secretary that evening how he had liked the ordeal he said he could hardly describe his feelings whilst it lasted, but when the shelling ceased it was the heavenliest sensation of his life.

    With Steyn and De Wet

  • Of heavenliest things was formed the greater part:

    The Death of Saul and other Eisteddfod Prize Poems and Miscellaneous Verses

  • As she turned with ardent zeal to her work -- which indeed had not failed of accustomed conduct so far as routine went -- tell me what do you find in those lovely eyes if not the heavenliest assurances?

    Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science Volume 11, No. 23, February, 1873

  • Forgotten like you, often blasphemed, it has confided to you some of its heavenliest messages, and that perhaps is why above your gentle comings and goings, we sometimes seem to hear the rustling wings of ministering angels.

    The Simple Life

  • Oh, Lucy, he's let me buy him the heavenliest pair of Chelsea

    The Lee Shore

  • ` ` I began to sink softly down, with the heavenliest feeling of relaxation and repose, as if there existed only the soul of beautiful rest.

    The White People

  • It was about four in the morning, the heavenliest moment of a summer dawn, and in spite of the tumult Cassel still apparently slept.

    Fighting France

  • That you have in full measure this heavenliest of all powers, is your hope and his.

    A Woman Named Smith

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