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 (blĕs′ĭd) also blest (blĕst)
a. Worthy of worship; holy.
b. Held in veneration; revered.
2. Blessed Roman Catholic Church Used as a title before the name of one who has been beatified.
3. Bringing happiness, pleasure, or contentment.
4. blessed Used as an intensive: I don't have a blessed dime.

bless′ed·ly adv.
bless′ed·ness n.
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Adv.1.blessedly - in a blessed mannerblessedly - in a blessed manner      
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[ˈblɛsɪdli] adv [empty] → merveilleusement; [brief, short] → fort heureusement
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(bles) past tense blessed: past participles blessed ~blest
– to ask God to show favour to. Bless this ship.
blessed (ˈblesid) adjective
holy. the Blessed Virgin.
ˈblessedly (-sid-) adverb
ˈblessedness (-sid-) noun
ˈblessing noun
1. a wish or prayer for happiness or success. The priest gave them his blessing.
2. any cause of happiness. Her son was a great blessing to her.
3. a prayer of thanks to God before and/or after a meal.
a blessing in disguise
something that has proved to be fortunate after seeming unfortunate.
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References in classic literature ?
It was a fair highway, through the Land of Lost Delight; shadow and sunshine were blessedly mingled, and every turn and dip revealed a fresh charm and a new loveliness to eager hearts and unspoiled eyes.
How blessedly and tenderly speaketh thy voice unto me!
Herbert received me with open arms, and I had never felt before, so blessedly, what it is to have a friend.
She was blessedly ready with these mediations between the poor little sinner and the full consequences of her sin.
The closed door, blessedly remote now, was still closed - and he had only in short to reach that of the house.
O, what a wonderful man this Merdle, what a great man, what a master man, how blessedly and enviably endowed--in one word, what a rich man!
I had a double surgery: a gynaecological-oncologist performed a hysterectomy due to my large fibroids, which made my uterus as big as if it were six months pregnant, and an incredible surgeon removed multiple further tumours from my abdomen (which I blessedly then heard were all benign).
At this writing, the great Arkansas River flood of 2019 is moving toward the Mississippi, leaving major property damage but blessedly few human casualties in its wake.
How cosmically lucky the American Jewish community is, blessedly sited at the intersection point of two forms of chosenness, two forms of exceptionalism.
Variety' s Courtney Howard says the live-action remake 'has a blessedly surprising proanimal rights agenda wrapped in a subtle, rebellious metacommentary on a band of outsiders shaking up a corporate establishment.
But the happy ending is blessedly sane, another testament to the originality of the story.--Katherine Noone.
naked on the heath with a myriad of the blessedly unseen