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Definition of Paradisaic

Paradisaic
Paradisaic Par`a*di*sa"ic, Paradisaical Par`a*di*sa"ic*al, a. Of or pertaining to, or resembling, paradise; paradisiacal. ``Paradisaical pleasures.' --Gray.

Meaning of Paradisaic from wikipedia

- Immunes from the attack on the Maze. She also promises and delivers a paradisaical safe haven for the Immunes. Critical reception for The Death Cure was...
- most scholars. Dilmun in the Sumerian story of Enki and Ninhursag is a paradisaical abode of the immortals, where sickness and death were unknown. The garden...
- of the Cl****ic of Mountains and Seas describes the luan as inhabiting paradisaical areas where it sings spontaneously. In Chapter 11, its features are reminiscent...
- Bahishti Zewar (Urdu: بہشتی زیور‎ "paradisaical jewels" English: Heavenly Ornaments) is a volume of Islamic beliefs and practices written by Mawlānā Ashraf...
- Germanic mythology. Encantado, in Portuguese, are creatures who come from a paradisaical underwater realm called the Encante. It may refer to spirit beings or...
- leaping up over the falls. Examples of islands include Mount Penglai, a paradisaical isle in the sea, vaguely east of China but sometimes conflated with ****an...
- Evliya Çelebi. He described a small country town set in a fertile plain of paradisaic beauty, with three hundred tile-roofed houses. Half the inhabitants of...
- Western World has been strongly influenced by Judeo-Christian Bible. The paradisaical narrative of man and woman in Genesis establishes a foundation of marriage:...
- that of Bergman's 1957 Wild Strawberries; it "points to the past, to a paradisaic existence in this life, to the communion inherent in childhood that has...
- Aneirin (last third). Tells of Arthur and Myrddin's attempt to create the paradisaical "Kingdom of Summer". Arthur is made Duke and Battlechief of Britain after...
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