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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 days were long, the skies were blue and on the west coast of South Island the beaches were blessedly empty.
that, blessedly unknowing then, you could not be spared
Blessedly, millions more people now have the incomes to live an American lifestyle, thanks to tow-cost Chinese and Indian products.
Parsons, aged 23, is also entered for the Birmingham meeting although, blessedly for the part-time librarian, his competition will be indoors among the programme of jumps tomorrow.
The structure of the book (if 'structure' is the right word) includes a long article entitled '89 Minutes to Save the NHS' split into several parts, interspersed with a wide selection of vignettes that appear to be interviews with patients (and which may or may not be real), and of course the poems (blessedly not many of them).
The sprightly 91-minute running time ensures that unlike most weddings, our torment is blessedly brief.
Many things have changed, some blessedly so, calling forth new forms of mission.
Then he met his father, an "Auph," and spent two years in another dimension, a time he has blessedly suppressed.
But all those courses didn't keep this crowd from mobbing the dance floor, where Orlando's Hot Property mixed it up throughout the blessedly auction-free evening.
Peter contends that emails are more concise and often more precise than regular talk and are blessedly less intrusive and time-devouring than old-fashioned phone calls or lunch dates.
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.