of, like, or befitting a seraph.
Also, seraphical.

1625–35; < Medieval Latin seraphicus. See seraphim, -ic

seraphically, adverb
seraphicalness, noun
nonseraphic, adjective
nonseraphical, adjective
nonseraphically, adverb
superseraphic, adjective
superseraphical, adjective
superseraphically, adverb
unseraphic, adjective
unseraphical, adjective
unseraphically, adverb Unabridged
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seraphic or seraphical (sɪˈræfɪk)
1.  of or resembling a seraph
2.  blissfully serene; rapt
seraphical or seraphical
seraphically or seraphical

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Example sentences
In a dream or vision he had known the ecstasy of seraphic life.
They are also the warm, seraphic beams accorded to individuals who walk a righteous path.
His seraphic reputation confronts him at every turn.
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