Synonyms of "beatific""beatific" in a sentence
- Adjective: beatific `beeu'tifik
- Experiencing or bestowing celestial joy
- Marked by utter benignity; resembling or befitting an angel or saint
"a beatific smile"
- angelic, angelical, saintlike, saintly, sainted
See also: good, joyful
- Perhaps the beatific vision itself has some remote kinship with this lowly experience.
- Perhaps in the mansions of limbo the heroes enjoy some such compensation for their loss of the beatific vision.
- Her excitement had in a measure kept her warm during the few minutes adventure; but that beatific interval was over
- Here is a beatific Amitayus, the emanation of boundless life.
- A beatific ambiance permeates all four of Washington's corners.
- But it also implied beatific, as Kerouac pointed out.
- The book ends with a beatific Christmas vision in church.
- For hours he maintained a dignified, almost beatific smile.
- Bailey said as a beatific smile spread across his face.
- He was pale and slim and wore a beatific smile.
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