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- adj. paradisiacal
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Paradisiacal.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as paradisiac.
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They veered off from the paradisial planet they saw, and warned off the other ships.
Indeed, there was always something more than human in her loveliness, though, to be frank, it savored less of chilling paradisial perfection than of a vision of some great-eyed queen of faery, such as those whose feet glide unwetted over our fen-waters when they roam o 'nights in search of unwary travellers.
He halves nothing whatever with our more earnest-minded juniors who -- perennially discovering that all religions thus far put to the test of nominal practice have, whatever their paradisial _entrée_, resulted in a deplorable earthly hash -- perennially run yelping into the shrill agnosticism which believes only that one's neighbors should not be permitted to believe in anything.
Nor was the presence and appearance of Mistress Croale an insignificant element in the paradisial character of the place.
Did one want to live out his days in sweet content, amid fancied picturings of paradisial beauty, I know of no place better suited to the taste than this residence.
Entranced in the enrapturing sensations which the vision of loveliness inspires, one seems to have left the several things of this lower earth to dwell with celestial purity, the paradisial loveliness of supernal creations; and, for a time, to lose a thought of aught but the scene around us.
The grounds around the castle, paradisial in their own natural beauty under this heavenly blue sky of June, were adorned with all that art and taste and wealth could bring to enhance their attractions in honor of the occasion.
There are, as with all paradisial dreams, a few uncomfortable realities.
Panh: Yes, the problem with these geographic locations is that everything appears beautiful, paradisial, butâ€ "when you scratch below the surfaceâ€" there are many hidden complexities.