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adjective: Like an angel: serene, beautiful, pure, blissful, etc.
From Latin seraphim, from Greek seraphim, from Hebrew seraphim, from saraph (to burn). Earliest documented use: 1632.
“When the spell of immobility resumes, seraphic harmonies give way to a colossal, demonic setting.”
Alexander M. Ross; No Exit; The New Yorker; Aug 22, 2016.
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A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:Those who put out the people's eyes, reproach them for their blindness. -John Milton, poet (9 Dec 1608-1674)