heavenly

[hev-uhn-lee]
adjective
1.
of or in the heavens: the heavenly bodies.
2.
of, belonging to, or coming from the heaven of God, the angels, etc.
3.
resembling or befitting heaven; blissful; beautiful: His home in Tahiti was a heavenly spot.
4.
divine or celestial: heavenly peace.

Origin:
before 1000; Middle English hevenly, Old English heofonlīc. See heaven, -ly

heavenliness, noun
unheavenly, adjective


4. supernal, sublime; seraphic, cherubic, angelic; blessed, beatific.


4. infernal, hellish.
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heavenly (ˈhɛvənlɪ)
 
adj
1.  informal alluring, wonderful, or sublime
2.  of or occurring in space: a heavenly body
3.  divine; holy
 
'heavenliness
 
n

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Example sentences
The pastries were made in spirals as a symbol of approaching heaven, and they
  are indeed heavenly.
The treasures, things and tools in the closed rooms of the pyramids are the
  heavenly gifts for the souls.
The wonderful aroma of the shop was heavenly to me and to this day brings warm
  and happy recollections.
Roll down your car window to catch the heavenly fragrance of sweet peas.
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