Origin of seraphic
Examples from the Web for seraphic
When I pray, it is her seraphic smile that seems to beam upon me down from heaven.
The little minstrels of the grove tuned their morning notes, and their seraphic melody lulled the whole to sweet repose.
“Dark girls have often something better than unearthly and seraphic beauty,” Sylvia said.The Early Life and Adventures of Sylvia Scarlett|Compton Mackenzie
"But they are so near," declared Letitia, amiable and seraphic once more.Wanted: A Cook|Alan Dale
He looked up into his host's glowering face with a seraphic and innocent smile.Average Jones|Samuel Hopkins Adams