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- adj. Alternative form of 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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Later she used the uncommon word paradisical, and rhymed it with bicycle.
The tropical waters that lap the jungle shores of southern Malaysia could not be described as a paradisical shimmering turquoise.
There are a lot of people who still seem to think that living in suburbia is some sort of paradisical dream.
The tabloid fashionable retreat to secret though well-photographed paradisical islands, and are increasingly replaced by the obese, the freakish and the kidnapped until the last sip of beer has dried in Mom's throat and apparent though unforeseen reality returns to lower expectations even further.
But even if we can't completely write off Bloomberg's candidacy, just yet, we can definitely disabuse ourselves of the notion that a Bloomberg presidency will achieve what the pundit class will inevitably claim a Bloomberg presidency will achieve: the successful alteration of the "tone" in "Washington" and the ushering in of an era of paradisical bipartisanship.
However, I think I have heard the “bicycle” version of “paradisical”.
In the context of the Hebrew Bible as it now stands, the story in Genesis 3 parallels the story of Israel, being given a paradisical land, commandments that need to be obeyed, disobeying and being exiled.
Where it seems that the paradisical-sounding island is not simply an occasional lithic extension of the Earth but a gigantic surveillance machine: a weaponized island.
Critical Art Ensemble has a history of addressing issues of bioethics, from their piece GenTerra, which created consumer-ready transgenic organisms, to the Cult of the New Eve, which poked fun at the paradisical promises of biotechnology.
The terror in SMA and GuatCap almost makes one consider heavily the paradisical Ajijic.