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  • adj. paradisiacal

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Same as paradisiac.


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  • On the other wall was a glaring framed print, in which a Child Jesus romped with curly-headed angels in a motley green wood, with behind it a sunny perspective gleaming with paradisian delights.

    The Path of Life

  • London, the paradisian pudding _sueldoiro_ on the little screened veranda in the shadow of the six-minareted Mosque of El-Azhar in Cairo, the salmon dipped in Chambertin and the artichokes, sauce Barigoule, at

    Europe After 8:15

  • His voice was tender and sonorous, and it rang so softly and sweetly that he might have been telling about the blessed and the innocent, about the chaste play on the threshold of paradisian abodes.

    The Created Legend

  • That full and glorious concert of voices and celestial harps betoken his reception among the heavenly choir, who now waft his soul to paradisian joys!

    The Adventures of Ferdinand Count Fathom — Complete

  • -- and if they happen to be in this case more paradisian than earthly it is because truth expressed in symbols must of necessity appear fantastic and exaggerated.

    The Created Legend


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