paradisal

[ par-uh-dahy-suh l, -zuh l ]
/ ˌpær əˈdaɪ səl, -zəl /

adjective

Origin of paradisal

First recorded in 1550–60; paradise + -al1
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Examples from the Web for paradisal

  • I was freshly enchanted with the loveliness of the scene, accustomed as I had become to this paradisal quarter of the globe.

    A Modern Buccaneer|Rolf Boldrewood
  • He is to be envied for his paradisal simplicity, and admired for his gigantic creations.

British Dictionary definitions for paradisal

paradisal

paradisiacal (ˌpærədɪˈsaɪəkəl) or paradisiac (ˌpærəˈdɪsɪˌæk)

/ (ˌpærəˈdaɪsəl) /

adjective

of, relating to, or resembling paradise
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