Definition of 'beatific'
Example sentences containing 'beatific'
A DARKENING STAIN (2002)
There was something almost beatific about Labarde's expression as he crumpled forward and to the right.AMAGANSETT (2002)
His brown eyes, peering out from a deeply lined face, regarded me with an unswervingly beatific expression.DOUBTING THOMAS (2002)
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