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verb (used with object), im·par·a·dised, im·par·a·dis·ing.
  1. to enrapture.
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Origin of imparadise

First recorded in 1585–95; im-1 + paradise
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Examples from the Web for imparadise

Historical Examples

  • Here the woods, mountains, and waters of Rydal imparadise the abode of the wisest of nature's bards, with whom poetry is religion.

    Recreations of Christopher North, Volume 2

    John Wilson

  • The day was golden—the music swelled in those long, delicious chords, which imparadise the moment, and make life poetry.

British Dictionary definitions for imparadise


verb (tr)
  1. to make blissfully happy; enrapture
  2. to make into or like paradise
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