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Seraphic GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

Seraphic GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

/səˈræf.ɪk/ (adj)


angelic and heavenly, innocent and attractive, cute and adorable, blissful, cherubic, serene, innocuous, sweet – holy, spiritual, ethereal, divine, godly, saintly


On 20 April 1934, the police decided to get him. They’d been tipped off that he was staying at a lakeside hotel in Wisconsin, so they launched a secret operation to gun him down.

But George Nelson had been blessed with a round and seraphic face, large eyes and cute little nose. His fellow crooks called him “Babyface” – behind his back, of course. He hardly looked like a criminal.

When the agents arrived, they locked eyes on a trio of men that apparently did. The men – who were actually undercover FBI agents – were gunned down in a matter of seconds, allowing Babyface and his fellow outlaws to escape.



ugly, unattractive, wicked, grotesque

Parts of speech

Noun: seraph

Adverb: seraphically

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