adjective see paradise

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  • Paradisical — Par a*dis ic*al, a. Paradisiacal. [R.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • paradisical — paradise ► NOUN 1) (in some religions) heaven as the place where the good live after death. 2) the Garden of Eden. 3) an ideal or idyllic place or state. DERIVATIVES paradisal adjective paradisiacal (also paradisical) adjective. ORIGIN …   English terms dictionary

  • paradisical — adj. like paradise, like the Garden of Eden, paradisiacal …   English contemporary dictionary

  • paradisical — par·a·dis·i·cal …   English syllables

  • paradisical — adjective see paradisial …   Useful english dictionary

  • paradise — noun Etymology: Middle English paradis, from Anglo French, from Late Latin paradisus, from Greek paradeisos, literally, enclosed park, of Iranian origin; akin to Avestan pairi daēza enclosure; akin to Greek peri around and to Greek teichos wall… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Sheol — (pronounced Sheh ole ) [Strong s Hebrew and Greek Dictionaries and Strong s Concordance ] , in Hebrew שאול (Sh ol), is the abode of the dead , the underworld , the common grave of mankind or pit .Metzger Coogan (1993) Oxford Companion to the… …   Wikipedia

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  • Hassan-i Sabbah — Artistic rendering of Hassan i Sabbah …   Wikipedia

  • Ezequiel Martínez Estrada — (September 14,1895 November 4,1964) was an Argentine writer, poet, essayist, and literary critic. An admired biographer and critic, he was often political in his writings, and was a confirmed anti Peronist. While in his middle years he was… …   Wikipedia

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