Words nearby blest
Definition for blest (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), blessed or blest, bless·ing.
Origin of bless
OTHER WORDS FROM blessbless·er, nounbless·ing·ly, adverbout·bless, verb (used with object), out·blessed or out·blest, out·bles·sing.pre·bless, verb (used with object)
Examples from the Web for blest
The church has blest and sanctified the family relation as the fundamental element in the structure of human society.
As a blest soul mayest thou live through thy life, the nights which thou shall live.Sacred Books of the East|Various
I am so blest (anticipating Zamiel, by half a second) as to procure a glass of water for Compact Enchantress.Reprinted Pieces|Charles Dickens
"Blest if I didn't forget all about Tommy," he cried, turning to search the platform with eager eyes.Miss Pat at School|Pemberton Ginther
The coral-bells (especially if blest by the priest) would scare away evil spirits from the child.Lancashire Folk-lore|John Harland
British Dictionary definitions for blest (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for blest (2 of 2)
verb blesses, blessing, blessed or blest (tr)
- a traditional phrase said to a person who has just sneezed
- an exclamation of well-wishing or surprise