Definition of seraphic:
saintly, exuberant, odorous, odoriferous, content, dulcet, sweet-smelling, perfumed, sweet-scented, alive, lovable, glad, angelic, saintlike, sweet-flavored, scented, angelical, sainted, loveable, satisfied, contented, sweet, mellisonant, mellifluous, honeyed, happy, cheerful, gratifying, seraphical, sugared, beatific, pleased, sweetened, carefree, unfermented, cherubic, fresh.
Believing, as they also do, in the greater sanctity of virginity, they will necessarily consider themselves less pure and chaste than they would if such a comparison with their seraphic sister had not been thrust upon them.- "Women of Early Christianity Woman: In all ages and in all countries, Vol. 3 (of 10)", Alfred Brittain Mitchell Carroll.
The woman seemed to avoid my gaze, but when at times I caught a glimpse of her face there was something finer than embarrassment in it; there was embarrassment, it is true, but something almost seraphic as well.- "Neighbours", Robert Stead.
- "The Freedmen's Book", Lydia Maria Child.