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beatific

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbeatificbea‧tif‧ic /ˌbiːəˈtɪfɪk◂/ adjective  ALCALMa beatific look, smile etc shows great peace and happinessbeatifically /-kli/ adverb
Examples from the Corpus
beatificShe had an almost beatific expression on her pretty face.The corridor walls are covered in photographs; barrel-bellied women with scrunched-up faces strain to deliver, post-birth beatific smiles radiate satisfaction.They have facts, figures, glossy brochures, glossy lawyers and beatific smiles.Black smokers, they were called, for not far away lay a beatific version of these vents.Short of the beatific vision, to what can theological exploration point?
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