Meaning of seraphically in English:


Pronunciation /səˈrafɪkli/


See seraphic

‘The Mozart is more successful because its emotional content is well served by the players' ‘let's play as seraphically as we can’ attitudes.’
  • ‘He does well to make these scenes as tolerable as they are (Howard's job being simply to gaze seraphically into space), but all the film gains from the plot's paraphernalia is a couple of superficial twists.’
  • ‘"No," he replied, and smiled seraphically, as was his wont.’