Definición de angelic en inglés:

angelic

Saltos de línea: an|gel¦ic
Pronunciación: /anˈdʒɛlɪk
 
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adjetivo

1Relating to angels: the angelic hosts
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • A quick google reveals that he is a spiritual medium, the gleaming white raiment possibly implying a familiarity with the angelic host.
  • Musically, angelic guidance has rearranged priorities and sharpened his ear.
  • I have now finished the first complete draft of my novella (cue angelic trumpets, hallelujahs etc).
Sinónimos
seraphic, cherubic, ethereal, spiritual
rare empyrean
1.1(Of a person) exceptionally beautiful, innocent, or kind: she looks remarkably young and angelic
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • As it faded the features of beautiful, almost angelic woman started to become clear.
  • He had a beautiful young wife, three angelic children and a cat.
  • He looks such an angelic lad but he's really uncontrollable and takes great pleasure in anti-social behaviour.
Sinónimos
innocent, pure, as pure as the driven snow, virtuous, good, saintly, wholesome, exemplary;
beautiful, adorable, lovely, lovable, enchanting
informal adorbs

Origen

late Middle English: from French angélique, via late Latin from Greek angelikos, from angelos (see angel).

Derivativos

angelical

adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Borges rejects ‘words that postulate intuitive or angelical insights’, while, for his part, Proust ‘elevates his lack of knowledge to the level of universal truth and imposes it by maxim’.
  • Precisely because women were considered more likely to succumb to Satan's temptations, they were thought less likely to be the direct or particular beneficiaries of angelical apparitions.
  • This, too, goes beyond my experience and my understanding of the ontological scale as consisting essentially of mineral, plant, animal, human, angelical, and divine.

angelically

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Periodically he would leave the stage and would be replaced by a young Italian soprano called Maria Borsi, who also sang angelically.
  • But they're ordinary little boys: reading angelically one moment, kicking seven bells out of each other the next.
  • At first he pretended to be angry, but we just kept grinning angelically at him and eventually he started laughing and sat down to eat cheese and biscuits with us.

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