noun, plural ser·aphs, ser·a·phim [ser-uh-fim] /ˈsɛr ə fɪm/.
Origin of seraph
Related formsser·aph·like, adjective
Examples from the Web for seraph
Then he rang off, and I gave a résumé of our conversation to the Seraph.
The Seraph turned to Philip, glancing at the clock as he did so.
The pale, dead face, upon which the mellow radiance of sunset streamed through the sky-light, was lovely as a seraph's.The Portland Sketch Book|Various
The trout leaped into the air with a flourish of silvery tail; then fell floundering on The Seraph's bare knees.Explorers of the Dawn|Mazo de la Roche
It was five o'clock when I awoke, and I found the Seraph playing with a sheet of paper.