late 15c., "pertaining to angels," from Old French angelique "angelic" (Modern French angélique (13c.), from Latin angelicus, from Greek angelikos "angelic," from angelos (see angel). Meaning "angel-like" is from late 14c.; sense of "wonderfully pure, sweet" is recorded from early 16c. Related: Angelically.
1. He looked angelic.
2. She cracked an angelic smile.
3. Since he came to live with me, we have been subject to a campaign of spite and revenge which makes Lady Sarah appear angelic by comparison.
4. Shall I send the Angelic hosts to proclaim this or that?
5. Not bad, I still have an angelic heart, kind - hearted, kindheartedness.