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Blessed vs. Unblessed

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Blessedadjective

Having divine aid, or protection, or other blessing.

Unblessedadjective

Not blessed.

Blessedadjective

(Roman Catholicism) A title indicating the beatification of a person, thus allowing public veneration of those who have lived in sanctity or died as martyrs.

Unblessedadjective

Not blest; excluded from benediction; hence, accursed; wretched.

Blessedadjective

Held in veneration; revered.

Unblessedadjective

not provided with something desirable;

‘a hovel unblessed with electricity or running water’;

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Blessedadjective

Worthy of worship; holy.

Blessedadjective

(informal) An intensifier; damned.

‘Not one blessed person offered to help me out.’;

Blessedverb

simple past tense and past participle of bless

Blessedadjective

Hallowed; consecrated; worthy of blessing or adoration; heavenly; holy.

‘O, run; prevent them with thy humble ode,And lay it lowly at his blessed feet.’;

Blessedadjective

Enjoying happiness or bliss; favored with blessings; happy; highly favored.

‘All generations shall call me blessed.’; ‘Towards England's blessed shore.’;

Blessedadjective

Imparting happiness or bliss; fraught with happiness; blissful; joyful.

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Blessedadjective

Enjoying, or pertaining to, spiritual happiness, or heavenly felicity; as, the blessed in heaven.

‘Reverenced like a blessed saint.’; ‘Cast out from God and blessed vision.’;

Blessedadjective

Beatified.

Blessedadjective

Used euphemistically, ironically, or intensively.

‘Not a blessed man came to set her [a boat] free.’;

Blessedadjective

highly favored or fortunate (as e.g. by divine grace);

‘our blessed land’; ‘the blessed assurance of a steady income’;

Blessedadjective

worthy of worship;

‘the Blessed Trinity’;

Blessedadjective

expletives used informally as intensifiers;

‘he's a blasted idiot’; ‘it's a blamed shame’; ‘a blame cold winter’; ‘not a blessed dime’; ‘I'll be damned (or blessed or darned or goddamned) if I'll do any such thing’; ‘he's a damn (or goddam or goddamned) fool’; ‘a deuced idiot’; ‘tired or his everlasting whimpering’; ‘an infernal nuisance’;

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Blessedadjective

Roman Catholic; proclaimed one of the blessed and thus worthy of veneration

Blessedadjective

enjoying the bliss of heaven

Blessedadjective

characterized by happiness and good fortune;

‘a blessed time’;

Blessedadjective

having good fortune bestowed or conferred upon; sometimes used as in combination;

‘blessed with a strong healthy body’; ‘a nation blessed with peace’; ‘a peace-blessed era’;

Blessedadjective

made holy; consecrated

‘the Blessed Sacrament’;

Blessedadjective

a title preceding the name of a dead person considered to have led a holy life, especially a person formally beatified by the Roman Catholic Church

‘the Convent of the Blessed Agnes’;

Blessedadjective

endowed with divine favour and protection

‘he felt blessed, fortunate to be in her company’; ‘blessed are the meek’;

Blessedadjective

those who live with God in heaven.

Blessedadjective

bringing pleasure or relief as a welcome contrast to what one has previously experienced

‘he half stumbled out of the room up to his bed and blessed, blessed sleep’;

Blessedadjective

used in mild expressions of annoyance or exasperation

‘he'll want to go and see his blessed allotment’;

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