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beatific

of, conferring, or relating to a state of celestial happiness
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We jumped up and semi-bowed, He smiled beatifically, reached for the socket behind me and removed an iPhone put to charge, which he slipped in his scarlet robes.
He came up through a trapdoor to that tribal beat and blew us all away, running backwards and forwards down the runways, while Charlie Watts beamed beatifically from behind the drums.
Harper's estranged best friend, Lance (Morris Chestnut), is nearing the end of his final season as a running back for the New York Giants, poised to break the all-time career rushing record, while his wife (Monica Calhoun) and four angelic children gaze on beatifically.
Hammond strikes his best Prof Brian Cox poses, gazing beatifically at the stars, standing over a vast crevasse, but he lacks the authority.
But Saidman Yee, whether perching beatifically in full lotus position before 40-odd prone bodies or prowling among them like a jungle cat, emits at 53 her own curious, almost celestial incandescence.
OK, so stick him in one of the marble halls hosting International Olympic Committee blazers and get him to hand out Ferrero Rocher while smiling beatifically.
I have first-hand experience of that spirit, having played against the Corinthian Casuals as a spiky schoolboy - when I deliberately trod on the toes of the Casuals' goalkeeper at a corner, he just smiled beatifically at me.
Rather than marinating in the vapors of hell, his disembodied head floats beatifically over a cable news-style crawl text: "What Would Marx Think?
XOCHIL, still smiling beatifically, crosses to MAD DOG and gives him a resounding slap that knocks him down.
But unless you're the president or the Pope chugging beatifically over the Eternal City, you won't be able to properly apprehend that, from the air, Hadid's latest looks like a scrum of copulating eels petrified in concrete.
38) In The Monk, readers encounter lovelorn cavaliers, a shrieking, bleeding nun, a cross-dressing demon, two beatifically beautiful young virgins, and a lust-inflamed man of God, Ambrosio.
From a niche in the wall, a beautiful statue of Madonna smiles beatifically at a bunch of flowers placed on the ledge.