Assisi, who "all seraphical in order rose a sun upon the world.". From Wordnik.com. [Dante: "The Central Man of All the World" A Course of Lectures Delivered Before the Student Body of the New York State College for Teachers, Albany, 1919, 1920] Reference
I cannot help thinking of him as if he were alive as much as ever, so unearthly he always appeared to me, and so seraphical a thing of the elements; and this is what all his friends say. From Wordnik.com. [Selected English Letters]
Who sees not, I beseech you, Theotimus, that this seraphical man who had so earnestly desired to be martyred and to die for love, died in the end of love, as in another place I have described?. From Wordnik.com. [Treatise on the Love of God] Reference
Orlando fixed his eyes on the hilt of his sword as on a crucifix, and embraced it, and he raised his eyes and appeared like a creature seraphical and transfigured, and bowing his head, he breathed out his pure soul. From Wordnik.com. [Legends of Charlemagne] Reference
Man is made a seraphical intelligence; the properties of disembodied spirits are attributed to him; he is re - presented capable of elevating his meditations to the highest heavens, and of attaining the perfections of angels and cherubims. From Wordnik.com. [Sermons translated from the original French of the late Rev. James Saurin, pastor of the French church at the Hague] Reference
So that amongst the most seraphical illuminati, and the highest Puritan perfectionists, you shall find people of fifty, threescore, or fourscore years old, not able to give that account of their faith, which you might have had heretofore from a boy of nine or ten. From Wordnik.com. [Sermons Preached Upon Several Occasions. Vol. III.] Reference
Become seraphical at Seething. From Wordnik.com. [Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 158, 1920-04-14] Reference
31.01.05; 22: 18; too young for nostalgia it's amazing how i've been keeping a diaryland journal for ... six years? six years don't seem that long actually, but it is something that has been accompanying me since teeny secondary school years to pre-mature jc days till uni life now. i've moved so many times ... papered, seraphical, exited - just to name a few. one thing that hasn't changed, one thing - my guestbook. as much as i don't have online friends who write in the gbk anymore, when i look at the 21 pages of love, tears and empathy, everything is being recalled. those late nights on the internet, those words, those people ... the things i loved so much. one day i need to find myself back. this really isn't the life i should be leading. but reality, sometimes. neverend, this new journal i've had for about two months, isn't known to any of my friends, online nor offline. i just don't see a need, yet. i don't know. From Wordnik.com. [nevereverend Diary Entry] Reference
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