He turned his eyes thoughtfully upon the window through which they beheld the white and gold of the elysian fields.
It is like the elysian fields after the city's noise and grime.
elysian fields (e-lizh'an), the fabled dwelling place of happy souls after death.
Those which lay before me I was ready to believe were the elysian fields.
And Anne, living in the elysian fields, did not care to leave them for the dreary land outside their borders.
We are glad to end this experience and banish from our minds the unattractive picture of the Chinaman in his elysian fields.
This paradise was called the "elysian fields," and the hell was called Tartarus.
Juno had taken them, while they slept, to the elysian fields to enjoy an eternity of bliss as a reward for their devotion.
Have you ever known people in my condition not set out for the elysian fields?
When he's through I don't think he'll know the elysian fields from a steam thresher.
In classical mythology, the place where souls of the good went after death: a peaceful and beautiful region, full of meadows, groves, sunlight, and fresh air.
Note: Figuratively, “Elysian Fields” are a place of supreme happiness and bliss.