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Synonyms for angel

Synonyms for angel

a pure, uncorrupted person

one who assumes financial responsibility for another

a person who supports or champions an activity, cause, or institution, for example

Synonyms for angel

person of exceptional holiness

invests in a theatrical production


the highest waterfall

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And if Angel were not going to enter the Church, what was the use of sending him to Cambridge?
Angel's father tried argument, persuasion, entreaty.
"No, father; I cannot underwrite Article Four (leave alone the rest), taking it 'in the literal and grammatical sense' as required by the Declaration; and, therefore, I can't be a parson in the present state of affairs," said Angel. "My whole instinct in matters of religion is towards reconstruction; to quote your favorite Epistle to the Hebrews, 'THE REMOVING OF THOSE THINGS THAT ARE SHAKEN, AS OF THINGS THAT ARE MADE, THAT THOSE THINGS WHICH CANNOT BE SHAKEN MAY REMAIN.'"
Hereupon the Angel of the Odd replenished my goblet (which was about a third full of Port) with a colorless fluid that he poured from one of his hand bottles.
The considerate kindness of the Angel mollified me in no little measure; and, aided by the water with which he diluted my Port more than once, I at length regained sufficient temper to listen to his very extraordinary discourse.
"It will make no difference," I said : "I can call at the office in the morning and apologize; in the meantime what can be the matter with the clock ?" Upon examining it I discovered that one of the raisin stems which I had been filliping about the room during the discourse of the Angel of the Odd, had flown through the fractured crystal, and lodging, singularly enough, in the key-hole, with an end projecting outward, had thus arrested the revolution of the minute hand.
EVIL ANGEL. Rather illusions, fruits of lunacy, That make men foolish that do use them most.
GOOD ANGEL. Sweet Faustus, think of heaven and heavenly things.
EVIL ANGEL. No, Faustus; think of honour and of wealth.
Look at the neat little 'Hosmer Angel' at the bottom.
Besides, it is a useless expense, for how could you possibly find this Hosmer Angel?"
Hosmer Angel, and keeps off other lovers by making love himself."
Little Christine asked her father if he had heard the Angel of Music.
And then came the lightning-flash of the gala performance: the heavens torn asunder and an angel's voice heard upon earth for the delight of mankind and the utter capture of his heart.
I have decided to tell you something serious, very serious....Do you remember the legend of the Angel of Music?"