verb (used with object), im·par·a·dised, im·par·a·dis·ing.
Origin of imparadise
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Historical Examples of imparadise
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
The day was golden—the music swelled in those long, delicious chords, which imparadise the moment, and make life poetry.