[par-uh-di-sahy-uh-kuhl, -zahy-]
of, like, or befitting paradise.
Also, paradisiac [par-uh-dis-ee-ak] , paradisaical.

1640–50; < Late Latin paradīsiac(us) < Greek paradeisiakós (see paradise, -ac) + -al1

paradisiacally, adverb Unabridged
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paradisal, paradisiacal or paradisiac (ˌpærəˈdaɪsəl, ˌpærədɪˈsaɪəkəl, ˌpærəˈdɪsɪˌæk)
of, relating to, or resembling paradise
paradisiacal, paradisiacal or paradisiac
paradisiac, paradisiacal or paradisiac

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Example sentences
He is having a truly paradisiacal time until he discovers what they really relish about him.
Divine punishment was often depicted as violent expulsion from a paradisiacal home to eternal exile in the terrifying unknown.
There are enchantments and allurements, also paradisiacal harmonies.
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