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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishangelican‧gel‧ic /ænˈdʒelɪk/ adjective  1 GOOD/MORALlooking good, kind, and gentle or behaving in this way She had an angelic smile, but a dreadful temper.2 RRconnected with angels the angelic hostsangelically /-kli/ adverb
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angelicMeanwhile, he gave Sien a reference so glowing that she sounded positively angelic.angelic beingsKee loved a dead husband who was now angelic, beyond criticism, perfect.Timmy has such an angelic face.They knew that, like the Dickensian waif, a good wash and new clothes would reveal an angelic face.He felt a joy so strong it might be measured in the language of angelic orders, of powers and dominations.Her face, innocent and angelic, was always with him.
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