Sentences Containing 'celestial'
The little citizen, not to be outdone, declared her to be a celestial witness.
If your trade is with the Celestial Empire, then some small counting house on the coast, in some Salem harbor, will be fixture enough.
The winds which passed over my dwelling were such as sweep over the ridges of mountains, bearing the broken strains, or celestial parts only, of terrestrial music.
We are wont to imagine rare and delectable places in some remote and more celestial corner of the system, behind the constellation of Cassiopeia's Chair, far from noise and disturbance.
Of this he took no heed, but was, as far as appearances might be trusted, enjoying soft repose and bright celestial dreams.
What appears to you to emanate from a celestial source, seems to me to proceed from one far less pure.
``Say not so,''quickly returned Monte Cristo``say not so, my friends; angels never err, celestial beings remain where they wish to be.
Morrel uttered a loud exclamation, and frantic, doubtful, dazzled, as though by a celestial vision, he fell upon his knees.
They spend the greatest part of their lives in observing the celestial bodies, which they do by the assistance of glasses, far excelling ours in goodness.
Lit up by the moon, it looked celestial; seemed some plumed and glittering god uprising from the sea.
Other poets have warbled the praises of the soft eye of the antelope, and the lovely plumage of the bird that never alights; less celestial, I celebrate a tail.
Courses are even offered in celestial navigation.
The white saltire set against a celestial blue background is said to have been adopted as the design of the flag of Scotland on the basis of this legend.
That is particularly true of my country, which respectful serves the Celestial Court and pays tribute without fail.
The creation story of Heliopolis is also illustrated, as Nut, the sky-goddess, is shown in her celestial form as a cow.
Stars represent celestial goodness; noble person; excellence.
Outer space, or simply space, is the void that exists between celestial bodies, including the Earth.
It covers the legal use of outer space by nation states, and includes in its definition of "outer space" the Moon and other celestial bodies.
This proposal was vetoed by Gerald Savory, the BBC's Head of Serials (and Wiles' superior), which led to Wiles leaving before "The Celestial Toymaker" was produced.
Inspired by a dream of a celestial vehicle, Dhanna Shah, a Porwal, commenced its construction, under the patronage of Rana Kumbha, then ruler of Mewar.
The Central Fire or Hearth of the Universe is a fiery celestial body hypothesized by the pre-Socratic philosopher Philolaus to be positioned at the center of the universe, around which all other celestial objects revolve.
Their goodly, Upper plane dwelling counterparts are celestial creatures.
It is considered to be the spot where the drops of Amrit fell over from the sky, while being carried in a pitcher by the celestial bird, Garuda after the Samudra manthan.
Imaging radar has been used to map the Earth, other planets, asteroids, other celestial objects and to categorize targets for military systems.
The 1833 fire revealed some frescoes depicting celestial bodies and animals.
In celestial mechanics, eccentric anomaly is an angular parameter that defines the position of a body that is moving along an elliptic Kepler orbit.
In antiquity, he was credited with inventing the first celestial globe.
As the first stage of the journey of Christian to the Celestial City, it is the entrance to the King's Highway.
Ramon arrives with Vincenette, and forgives her, but Mireille dies and is called to heaven by a celestial voice.
Celestial Being usually refers to an angel.
Before the introduction of the compass, celestial navigation was the main method for navigation at sea.
Over the course of centuries they continue to slowly change, becoming celestial beasts.
Lulu's Celestial Weapon is the Onion Knight, a homage to "Final Fantasy III".
Mantis was revealed to be the Celestial Madonna, who was destined to give birth to a being that would save the universe.
The "Celestial Madonna" saga ended with their wedding, presided over by Immortus.
In astrology, the acronical place is the position of a planet or other celestial body when it is directly opposite the Sun.
The Brights' avatar represents a celestial body viewed from space.
Velikovsky argued that electromagnetic effects play an important role in celestial mechanics.
Velikovsky would rebuild the science of celestial mechanics to save the literal accuracy of ancient legends."
Yesudas is fondly called Gana Gandharvan (English: The Celestial Singer).
Polar distance (PD) is an astronomical term associated with the celestial equatorial coordinate system Σ(α, δ) and it is an angular distance of a celestial object on its meridian measured from the celestial pole, similar as declination (dec, δ) is measured from the celestial equator: Definition.
An object on the celestial equator has a PD of 90°.
The GBT is fully steerable, and 85% of the entire celestial sphere is accessible.
The genus "Forpus", particularly the Celestial or Pacific Parrotlet, is growing in availability and popularity in aviculture.
The ghaele eladrin appears under the "celestial" entry in the Monster Manual for this edition (2000).
The firre eladrin appears under the "celestial" entry in the "Manual of the Planes" (2001).
The celestial paragons of the eladrins are collectively known as The Court of Stars.
The gentle dance rhythms are celestial and heavenly in their inexorable progress".
At around 150 BC, this star was two degrees away from the southern celestial pole.
Then, using Kepler's laws of celestial mechanics, the distance between the stars is calculated.
More Vocab Words::: ultimatum - last demand; last warning; last statement of conditions that must be met; Ex. They have ignored our ultimatum.
::: bestow - confer
::: portend - foretell; presage; be a sign or warning of; N. portent: sign; omen; forewarning
::: miniature - small model; small painting; ADJ: small
::: heedless - not noticing; disregarding
::: elusive - evasive; not frank; baffling; hard to grasp, catch, or understand; V. elude: escape from; escape the understanding or grasp of; Ex. elude the hunter; Ex. His name eludes me.
::: skittish - inconstant; capricious; frivolous; not serious; Ex. charming but skittish young woman; CF. skit
::: mincing - affectedly dainty(delicate); V. mince: cut (esp. meat) into very small pieces; walk with exaggerated primness; walk in an unnatural way, taking little short steps; Ex. The actor minced across the stage; CF. mincemeat; CF. mincer
::: surmount - overcome
::: carrion - rotting flesh of a dead body; CF. vulture