consecrated; sacred; holy; sanctified:
the Blessed Sacrament.
worthy of adoration, reverence, or worship:
the Blessed Trinity.
divinely or supremely favored; fortunate:
to be blessed with a strong, healthy body; blessed with an ability to find friends.
blissfully happy or contented.
Roman Catholic Church, beatified.
bringing happiness and thankfulness:
the blessed assurance of a steady income.
I’m blessed if I know.
Informal. (used as an intensifier):
every blessed cent.
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made holy by religious ceremony; consecrated
worthy of deep reverence or respect
(RC Church) (of a person) beatified by the pope
characterized by happiness or good fortune: a blessed time
bringing great happiness or good fortune
a euphemistic word for damned I’m blessed if I know
(Christianity) the blessed, the dead who are already enjoying heavenly bliss
to consecrate or sanctify by a religious rite; make or pronounce holy. to request of God the bestowal of divine favor on: Bless this house. to bestow good of any kind upon: a nation blessed with peace. to extol as holy; glorify: Bless the name of the Lord. to protect or guard from evil (usually […]
A misfortune that unexpectedly turns into good fortune, as in Missing the train was a blessing in disguise, for if I hadn’t, I wouldn’t have met my future wife. [ Mid-1700s ]
the act or words of a person who blesses. a special favor, mercy, or benefit: the blessings of liberty. a favor or gift bestowed by God, thereby bringing happiness. the invoking of God’s favor upon a person: The son was denied his father’s blessing. praise; devotion; worship, especially grace said before a meal: The children […]