The point is a nice one, and perhaps ere this the two friends have met and discussed it in the Elysian fields.
I should like to see Buccellini, however, and have a globule of the Elysian essence.
He turned his eyes thoughtfully upon the window through which they beheld the white and gold of the Elysian Fields.
They went about in a state of Elysian beatitude, these young people.
Those Elysian fields that Arthur was painting are real and he's going to have his enchanted week as he calls it.
His Elysian gardens, thought he, were about to be snatched away.
Dost thou soothe the Elysian groves with thy tender song, or dost thou dwell upon a Tartarean Helicon?
Life seemed an Elysian dream, from which care and sorrow must be for ever banished.
Shans-e-lees-ay, the Elysian fields; amongst the Greeks the abode of the blessed after death.
Helping us cherish, and nurse as they grow, Elysian plants, from thoughts that we sow.
1570s, from Greek Elysion pedion "Elysian field," where heroes and the virtuous live after death, from a pre-Greek word of unknown origin.