heavenly in a sentence

Example sentences for heavenly

The pastries were made in spirals as a symbol of approaching heaven, and they are indeed heavenly.
The treasures, things and tools in the closed rooms of the pyramids are the heavenly gifts for the souls.
The wonderful aroma of the shop was heavenly to me and to this day brings warm and happy recollections.
Roll down your car window to catch the heavenly fragrance of sweet peas.
It would remain fixed in the sky of a whole hemisphere and unlike all other heavenly bodies would neither rise nor set.
Ancient astronomers developed ways to predict the motion of the heavenly bodies.
Whereas the energy that comes from above seems to have more heavenly characteristics.
Having children is a heavenly blessing but it's also an official duty.
Minutes before guests arrive, she saut├ęs pine nuts in oil to release a heavenly aroma and the illusion of home cooking.
Observing the stars and other heavenly objects is harder than it used to be, when all you had to do was look up.
His friends now take his heavenly journey in stride, as do the townsfolk who have heard the tale for years now.
To say the views were heavenly would be an understatement.
Made-from-scratch food that can be described either as heavenly or sinful.
Time was measured by periods of the sun, moon, and other heavenly bodies.
Above the heavenly vault was more water, and the dwelling places of the gods were located about that water.
He cures the sick by the laying of hands, and payers and incantations and heavenly songs.

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