Definition of 'celestial'
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No other human beings have landed on a celestial body. Times, Sunday Times (2010)There are epic songs with celestial choirs and rolling drums throughout. The Sun (2011)It may be a celestial object behaving strangely. The Sun (2009)The celestial choirs will sing and the world will be perfect'. The Sun (2008)The composer's many admirers may compare his ambient themes to the cycles of the celestial spheres, floating between light and darkness. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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British English: celestial ADJECTIVE
Celestial is used to describe things relating to heaven or to the sky.
Gravity governs the motions of celestial bodies.
Definition of celestial from the Collins English Dictionary
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