from The Century Dictionary.
- Pertaining or relating to paradise, or a place of felicity; suitable to or resembling paradise; paradisaic.
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- adjective Of or pertaining to paradise; suitable to, or like, paradise; paradisaic.
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- adjective Of or like
Paradise; heavenly, delightful.
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- adjective relating to or befitting Paradise
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I do think my family life has had more of the unhappiness and co-dependence of Hank and Janet Pym than the paradisiac joy of Martha and Jonathan Kent.
As long as people lived in the country, in nature, surrounded by domestic animals, in the bosom of regularly recurring sea'sons, they retained at least a glimmer of that paradisiac idyll.
Out over that western skyline was a spot, now hidden and defended by all the powers of Satan, where the Ten Tribes would be restored, where Zion would be rebuilt, where Christ would reign personally on earth a thousand years, and from whence the earth would be renewed and receive again its paradisiac glory.
How would it have been had he built his St. Petersburg on the beautiful harbor of Sebastopol, close to the paradisiac heights of the
Under the April showers and sun-shafts they became tragic, enchanted, horrific, paradisiac.
Sheldon's favour; nay, urged onward in my paradisiac path by that unsentimental Mentor.
And now I feast upon sweet cakes and honey, and think it paradisiac enjoyment to play whist -- for love -- in a farm-house parlour.
Utah, Nevada and western California, through their sierras and ravines, are copiously mark'd by similar spreads and openings, many of the small ones of paradisiac loveliness and perfection, with their offsets of mountains, streams, atmosphere and hues beyond compare.
I have long hoped for a tropic poet; one who should leave the routine imagery of European civilization, its meagre scenery, and physically decrepit races, for the grandeur, the luxuriance, the infinite and strongly-marked variety of tropic nature, the paradisiac beauty and simplicity of tropic humanity.
"It's a paradisiac location, the classes are wonderful and so enlightening," Harlow says.