paradisiacal

adjective par·a·di·si·a·cal \ ˌper-ə-də-ˈsī-ə-kəl , -ˌdī- , -ˈzī- , ˌpa-rə- \
variants: or paradisiac play \ˌper-ə-ˈdi-zē-ˌak, -sē-, ˌpa-rə--\
Updated on: 18 Nov 2017

Definition of paradisiacal

: of, relating to, or resembling paradise

paradisiacally

play \ˌper-ə-də-ˈsī-ə-k(ə-)lē, -ˌdī-, -ˈzī-, ˌpa-rə\ adverb

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Origin and Etymology of paradisiacal

Late Latin paradisiacus, from paradisus


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