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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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seraphser‧aph /ˈserəf/ noun (plural seraphs or seraphim /ˈserəfɪm/) [countable]  RRCone of the angels that protect the seat of God, according to the Biblecherub
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seraphEvery creature, whether a microbe or a seraph in the seventh heaven, had its mission.A seraph attending the throne flew over, and touched him at the very point where he felt most unworthy.
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