Definition of Paradisal

1. Adjective. Relating to or befitting Paradise. "Paradisiacal innocence"

Exact synonyms: Paradisaic, Paradisaical, Paradisiac, Paradisiacal
Similar to: Heavenly
Derivative terms: Paradise, Paradise, Paradise, Paradise



Definition of Paradisal

1. a. Paradisiacal.

Definition of Paradisal

1. Adjective. Like paradise; paradisiacal. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Paradisal

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Paradisal

paradigmatics
paradigmatize
paradigmatized
paradigmatizes
paradigmatizing
paradigms
parading
paradiorthoses
paradiorthosis
paradipsia
paradisaeid
paradisaeids
paradisaic
paradisaical
paradisaically
paradisal (current term)
paradise
paradise flower
paradise tree
paradisean
paradised
paradises
paradisiac
paradisiacal
paradisiacally
paradisial
paradisic
paradisical
paradocrasite
paradoctor

Literary usage of Paradisal

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Satan, a Poem: A Poem by Robert Montgomery (1830)
"... -There was a time when dream-form'd lands Grew bright upon my inward gaze, And glittering seas with golden sands Appear'd in paradisal rays. ..."

2. Satan, a Poem: A Poem by Robert Montgomery (1830)
"... There was a time when dream-form'd lands Grew bright upon my inward gaze, And glittering seas with golden sands Appear'd in paradisal rays. ..."

3. The True Christian Religion: Containing the Universal Theology of the New by Emanuel Swedenborg (1912)
"External paradisal delights," he said, "are delights of the bodily senses only, ... There are paradisal gardens everywhere in heaven, and from them 66 ..."

4. Delights of Wisdom Concerning Conjugial Love: After which Follow Pleasures by Emanuel Swedenborg (1833)
"On hearing these things, the angel said to them, This paradisal labyrinth is truly an entrance into heaven ; I know the way out, and will lead you forth. ..."

5. Lectures on the New Dispensation, Called the New Jerusalem by Benjamin Fiske Barrett (1855)
"There are everywhere in heaven paradisal gardens, from which the angels derive joy, and so far as within it is delight of ..."

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