|adj. [seraphique, French; from seraph.] Angelick; angelical.|
Love is curious of little things, desiring to be of angelical purity, of perfect innocence, and seraphical fervour. Taylor.
Seraphick arms and trophies. Milton.
'Tis to the world a secret yet,
Whether the nymph, to please her swain,
Talks in a high romantick strain;
Or whether he at last descends
To like with less seraphick ends. Swift.