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regarded with particular reverence or respect

so annoying or detestable as to deserve condemnation

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highly favored or fortunate (as e.g. by divine grace)

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worthy of worship

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expletives used informally as intensifiers

Roman Catholic

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enjoying the bliss of heaven

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characterized by happiness and good fortune

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The babies seem blessedly oblivious to their mothers' condition.
A mountain of primary source documentation is blessedly available, and DiLorenzo's work is awash in it, footnoted every step of the way, with bonus quotes included in recent editions of the multi-printing book that vanquish challenges from his critics.
Inventive, circular partnering brought Kylian to mind, and the lush female feistiness recalled that of fellow Aussie choreographer Meryl Tankard (though blessedly without her sense of menace between the sexes).
Blessedly, he is still alive and due to come home soon.
Both Koizumi and Katsuya Okada, leader of the Democratic Party of Japan, cast themselves as reformers as the blessedly short campaign opened.
As far as the Rosenbergs, who took up a disproportionate amount of space in The Nation under Navasky's early tenure, they are blessedly confined here.
What utter sadness that shrouds this place which once witnessed a blessedly large, vibrant, closely-knit, happy family full of hopes and dreams
Andrew might be middle-aged now, but blessedly, Enough Rope wasn't.
Blessedly, Microsoft has a memory aid for such forgetfulness: You can set it to warn you when you save a document that contains tracked changes or comments.
Some areas of the North-west are blessedly free of that daily and hugely costly frustration,but we all know what happens the moment the volume rises on Bank Holidays,for example,or when only one traffic lane is closed for repairs.
Andersen might have cited the razing of the old Nickodell's outside the gates of Paramount, the metastasis of strip malls all over the city, the simulacrum effect of the cleaned-up Hollywood Boulevard, the mall-ification of the once blessedly fallow real estate around the now-shrunken Farmer's Market, and the transformation of so many of the city's quiddities into Disneyfied tourist traps; alternatively, he could have highlighted the venerable landmarks that remain--like Boardner's bar, Musso & Frank's, H.
This drive usually happens quite late at night, when the roads have pretty much cleared and the expressways are blessedly free of gridlock.
The link between Joseph and the shepherds resolves his myriad "perplexities" on discovering Mary's pregnancy since he was blessedly enraptured, according to Isidoro, by the angelic Gloria.
After what can be described only as an excruciating financial year for the NCEW Foundation, 2002 is blessedly consigned to history.
Gillian Taylforth's character who has had another footballer's baby - and given her to her daughter; and, of course, the blessedly naive Chardonnay.