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seventh heaven

n.
1. A state of great joy and satisfaction.
2. The farthest of the concentric spheres containing the stars and constituting the dwelling place of God and the angels in the Muslim and kabbalist systems.

seventh heaven

n
1. (Islam) the final state of eternal bliss, esp according to Talmudic and Muslim eschatology
2. (Judaism) the final state of eternal bliss, esp according to Talmudic and Muslim eschatology
3. a state of supreme happiness
[C19: so named from the belief that there are seven levels of heaven, the seventh and most exalted being the abode of God and the angels]

sev′enth heav′en


n.
1. (esp. in Islam and the cabala) the highest heaven, where God and the most exalted angels dwell.
2. a state of intense happiness; bliss.
[1810–20]
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Noun1.seventh heaven - a state of extreme happinessseventh heaven - a state of extreme happiness  
ecstasy, rapture - a state of elated bliss
elation - an exhilarating psychological state of pride and optimism; an absence of depression

seventh heaven

noun ecstasy, transports, Utopia, raptures, rhapsodies After I was given my first camera I was in seventh heaven.

seventh heaven

noun
A state of elated bliss:
Informal: cloud nine.
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