- Having a divine nature or character, as if belonging to a celestial being.
- Excessively sweet or innocent; seraphically pure.
Late middle english: from old french angelique, from late latin angelicus, from greek angelikos, from angelos "messenger", "angel".
- The choir's angelic voices filled the cathedral, sending shivers down the spines of the listeners.
- Her angelic smile could light up even the darkest room.
- The angelic child seemed too good to be true, never causing a single moment of trouble.
- The angelic harmonies of the music transported the listeners to a higher plane.
- Despite the rough exterior of the building, the angelic paintings on the ceiling took visitors' breaths away.
Some random words: legwork, lite, skateboarder