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blessed definition

  • adjective:
    • worth worship; holy.
    • Held in veneration; revered.
    • Roman Catholic Church Used as a title ahead of the name of 1 that has been beatified.
    • Bringing happiness, satisfaction, or contentment.
    • applied as an extensive: I don't have a blessed dime.
    • Having divine aid, or security, or any other blessing.
    • In Catholicism, a title indicating the beatification of an individual, hence allowing general public veneration of the who possess lived-in sanctity or died as martyrs.
    • Held in veneration; revered.
    • worth worship; holy.
    • An intensifier; damned.
    • Hallowed; consecrated; worth true blessing or adoration; heavenly; holy.
    • Enjoying joy or bliss; preferred with blessings; happy; very preferred.
    • Imparting happiness or bliss; fraught with pleasure; blissful; joyful.
    • Enjoying, or regarding, religious glee, or heavenly felicity.
    • Beatified.
    • Used euphemistically, ironically, or intensively.
    • characterized by happiness and chance
    • worth worship
    • enjoying the bliss of paradise
    • extremely preferred or fortunate (as e.g. by divine elegance)
    • expletives made use of informally as intensifiers
    • Roman Catholic; proclaimed among blessed and therefore worth veneration
    • Worthy of worship; holy.
    • Held in veneration; revered.
    • Roman Catholic Church Used as a title ahead of the name of just one who has been beatified.
    • providing happiness, enjoyment, or contentment.
    • applied as an intensive: I do not have a blessed dime.
    • Having divine help, or defense, or any other blessing.
    • In Catholicism, a title showing the beatification of someone, thus allowing general public veneration of these that have lived-in sanctity or passed away as martyrs.
    • Held in veneration; revered.
    • Worthy of worship; holy.
    • An intensifier; damned.
    • Hallowed; consecrated; worthy of blessing or adoration; heavenly; holy.
    • loving joy or bliss; favored with blessings; happy; very favored.
    • Imparting pleasure or bliss; fraught with delight; blissful; joyful.
    • Enjoying, or with respect to, religious pleasure, or heavenly felicity.
    • Beatified.
    • applied euphemistically, ironically, or intensively.
    • described as pleasure and fortune
    • worth worship
    • experiencing the bliss of paradise
    • highly favored or fortunate (as e.g. by divine sophistication)
    • expletives utilized informally as intensifiers
    • Roman Catholic; proclaimed among the blessed and thus worth veneration
  • verb:
    • Simple past tight and previous participle of bless.
    • Easy past tense and past participle of bless.
  • others:
    • Consecrated; holy: as, the blessed sacrament.
    • Worthy of adoration: since, the endowed Trinity.
    • Enjoying supreme joy or felicity; preferred with blessings; highly favored; delighted; fortunate: as, “England's blessed shore,”
    • Specifically Enjoying religious blessings together with benefit of God; enjoying heavenly felicity; beatified.
    • Fraught with or imparting blessings; bestowing happiness, wellness, or success.
    • Bringing joy; enjoyable; joyful: as, a most blessed time; “a blessed sight to see,”
    • Endowed with or possessing healing virtues.
    • By euphemism: Cursed; damned; confounded: a phrase of mitigated objurgation, and sometimes merely emphatic without objurgation: since, the blessed thing provided means; our gifted system of caucusing; he lost every endowed penny he'd.
    • Consecrated; holy: as, the blessed sacrament.
    • worth adoration: because, the endowed Trinity.
    • loving supreme pleasure or felicity; favored with blessings; extremely favored; pleased; lucky: since, “England's blessed shore,”
    • especially Enjoying spiritual blessings while the benefit of Jesus; enjoying heavenly felicity; beatified.
    • Fraught with or imparting blessings; bestowing glee, wellness, or prosperity.
    • Bringing happiness; pleasurable; joyful: as, a most gifted time; “a blessed picture to see,”
    • Endowed with or possessing healing virtues.
    • By euphemism: Cursed; damned; confounded: a term of mitigated objurgation, and often simply emphatic without objurgation: as, the blessed thing provided way; our blessed system of caucusing; he destroyed every endowed penny he had.
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