paradisaical

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adjective par·a·di·sa·i·cal \ˌper-ə-ˌdī-ˈsā-ə-kəl, -ˈzā-, ˌpa-rə-\
variants: or

paradisaic

play \-ˈsā-ik, -ˈzā-\

Definition of paradisaical

paradisaically

play \-ə-k(ə-)lē\ adverb

Origin and Etymology of paradisaical

paradise + -aic (as in Hebraic) + -al


First Known Use: 1754


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