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Synonyms for angelical

Synonyms for angelical

of or relating to angels

Synonyms

having a sweet nature befitting an angel or cherub

marked by utter benignity

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At which Seth reportedly smiled angelically and said, " Do you know who I am?
Graniero claims that she had to cultivate her classical fluidity, something that anyone who saw her angelically lyrical performance in Tudor's Continuo might find hard to believe.
Hilton glides angelically through every frame, distilling her saintly character's words of wisdom ("Some people think our bodies are like an earth suit") with minimum effort.
Hilton glides angelically through every frame, while Lakin only makes an impact in the final 30 minutes, once she has shed her gross-out make-up, placing the film heavily in favour of Hilton's school of beauty.
Hilton glides angelically through every frame, distilling her saintly character'swords ofwisdom ("Some people think our bodies are like an earth suit") with mini mumeffort.
Although Wyatt is only an infant, Crow angelically coos, "Love is letting go/And this I'll know/is you were mine/For a time.
In those days the matter was seen in the very rosiest and angelically moral light," he wrote in 1873.
Maybe fellow celeb Scientologist John Travolta could put up my Christmas lights while Baby David Madonna-Ritchie hovers angelically over the tree in a haze of twinkly halogen.
it seems poor Joaq was a bit dazed--it wasn't Werner at all who appeared angelically to help him from his car, but rather a famous pollster frequently seen on CNN.
While Cassandra is angelically fair and Rosalind is a "fiery dragon", both young women are prepared to thwart any dishonorable schemes Richard and Julian might employ.
His greatest work of art, of course, was himself: angelically innocent yet worldly-wise, playing to perfection the jester joking that too much solemnity missed the playfulness of God.
The film has high-school senior Casey (played by Michelle Trachtenberg) skating angelically on the pond outside her home while her single mom Joan (Joan Cusack) taps on the window and mouths, ``Do your homework.
His shrine contains black and white photographs of his two speedway heroes, Arthur Browning and George Major, whose faces gaze angelically from the middle of two yellow and red Brummies rosettes.