Origin of beatific
OTHER WORDS FROM beatificbe·a·tif·i·cal·ly, adverbnon·be·a·tif·ic, adjectivenon·be·a·tif·i·cal·ly, adverb
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How to use beatific in a sentence
A beatific newly minted millionaire named Steve Jobs explained how a personal computer was like a bicycle for the mind.
While most of those atomic-age monsters weren’t human, increasingly, fears of modernization and disturbing scenes of suburbia — of idyllic towns and beatific children who are just a little too idyllic and beatific — crept into many films.
Gibson weaves voice memos from friends and Instagram soundbites into beatific house beats, creating both a deep intimacy and a party soundtrack that begs to be spun at newly reopened nightclubs.
Young was on the side of the hall, hugging bystanders, including Bob Vander Plaats, with a near beatific smile on his face.
Here, some reluctant participants at a family reunion are transformed in a beatific bunch by a ride in the Caravan.
Clearly bewildered by the proceedings, she had a beatific smile, delighted that everyone was making a fuss over her.
He caught a gleam of the Beatific Vision, or woke screaming from dreams of everlasting fire.Beacon Lights of History, Volume XIII|John Lord
Under the old covenant one only saw the glory; now the beatific vision is open to all.
How absorbed with beatific devotion appears to be the worshipper at its consecrated altars!Beacon Lights of History, Volume V|John Lord
Her excitement had in a measure kept her warm during the few minutes' adventure; but that beatific interval was over.Tess of the d'Urbervilles|Thomas Hardy
They are relieved of the load of thought; and their nature can lull itself in beatific nothings on the soft pillow of platitude.The Aesthetical Essays|Friedrich Schiller