Heavenly in a sentence

Definition of Heavenly

Of or pertaining to the heaven believed in by many religions. | Synonym of celestial: of or pertaining to the heavens, the sky regarded as the realm of the sun, moon, planets, and stars. | Of or pertaining to the kingdom of God; divine.

Short Example Sentence for Heavenly

  • 1. Down with the heavenly maid!
  • 2. His children fed at heavenly tables.
  • 3. Oh, where all at once had this heavenly rest flown?
  • 4. No life like us that have a heavenly mind.
  • 5. Then tell us, how the heavenly aspect shows.
  • 6. There is a heavenly terrace, flanked by marvelous trees.
  • 7. Shall I find my heavenly bread in the reigning poets?
  • 8. Makes sure Olympus, heavenly powers combining?
  • 9. The alchemists designated the metals by the names of the heavenly bodies.
  • 10. The heavenly bodies in his time were kept in boxes by an old chief.
  • 11. FAUST Sweet angel, with thy face of heavenly bliss!
  • 12. Anne had the look, indeed, of one who sees heavenly visions.
  • 13. And this flower-language, darling, let it be A heavenly oracle!
  • 14. For on her face Rests heavenly grace, Which troubles all doth banish.
  • 15. It was a heavenly place for a boy, that farm of my uncle John's.

How to use Heavenly in a Sentence?

  • 1. The messenger of the gods, he flits before them, a heavenly ambassador to mortals.
  • 2. And even in the heavenly regions he goes on ever changing into new and higher and finer forms.
  • 3. They talke of circles and of powerfull spells, Heeres heavenly art that all blacke art excells.
  • 4. Within our hearts no selfish poison leave, For thou the heavenly antidote canst win.
  • 5. Throughout the heavenly sphere, Shamefully abused, Transpierced with nail and spear!
  • 6. Misconstrue not Her pure and heavenly rapture, blaming it As lustful heat unbridled.
  • 7. In this recumbent form, supremely fair, The essence must I see of heavenly grace?
  • 8. Music, heavenly maid, is young in Heart's Desire, but it ain't any baby that you're listenin' to.
  • 9. His name was Heavenly Contemplation; Of God and goodness, was his meditation.
  • 10. Such a morsel of heavenly daintiness did not often drop in his path now that he was fasting in this purgatory of a village.
  • 11. Having kissed her hand respectfully, the boy looked after her wistfully as she departed like a heavenly angel.
  • 12. Paul wrestled with this practical perversion of the loving intentions of our heavenly Father in his day.
  • 13. It was a heavenly change for those who were tired of cocktail parties, bridge-madness, illicit love-making.
  • 14. There is no retreat for the soul, which feels itself alone and forsaken even among the stars, or in the heavenly world itself.
  • 15. How delightful is it, after passing through the dark labyrinths of human folly to sit at thy feet and drink in the lessons of heavenly wisdom!
  • 16. The lion would not leap while those calm heavenly eyes shone full upon him, and he would not as long as they retained strength.
  • 17. There was an expression on her countenance which I had long known, and a heavenly smile played about her cheeks.
  • 18. You have enabled me to paint a heavenly image that might, so far as the pure spirit of it goes, decorate the fairest church.
  • 19. They certainly did look, as she had said, heavenly angels in their night attire (he had been privileged to see them).
  • 20. A Heavenly Light shineth around Saint Patrick, and Victor is converted unto the Faith.
  • 21. And e'en thy sacred presence, heavenly maid, But driveth them aside and scares them not.
  • 22. The light shone upon it all the time that she knelt before the high altar in the Cathedral, rapt in a mystery of thanksgiving and heavenly joy.
  • 23. I anticipated the heavenly evenings I should pass in wandering with Bianca by the light of that blessed moon.
  • 24. Me COMPLAIN of that beautiful, that heavenly vision that has been vouchsafed me!
  • 25. Pausanias speaks of the temple of heavenly Aphrodite in Cythera as the holiest and most ancient of all her shrines among the Hellenes.