Angelic (adjective)

  1. Having a divine nature or character, as if belonging to a celestial being.
  2. Excessively sweet or innocent; seraphically pure.

Origin:

Late middle english: from old french angelique, from late latin angelicus, from greek angelikos, from angelos "messenger", "angel".

Examples:

  1. The choir's angelic voices filled the cathedral, sending shivers down the spines of the listeners.
  2. Her angelic smile could light up even the darkest room.
  3. The angelic child seemed too good to be true, never causing a single moment of trouble.
  4. The angelic harmonies of the music transported the listeners to a higher plane.
  5. Despite the rough exterior of the building, the angelic paintings on the ceiling took visitors' breaths away.
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