blest blest  /b ˈlɛst/


  1. (v) give a benediction to
  2. (v) confer prosperity or happiness on
  3. (v) make the sign of the cross over someone in order to call on God for protection; consecrate
  4. (v) render holy by means of religious rites
  5. (adj) highly favored or fortunate (as e.g. by divine grace)



  1. How blest are those who hunger and thirst to see right prevail; they shall be satisfied.
  2. To the blest fountain of thy blood, Incarnate God, I fly:Here let me wash my spotted soul From crimes of deepest dye.
  3. Your exile is blest with all fate can bestowBut mine has been chequer'd with many a woe! Yet though diff'rent our fortunes, our thoughts.


  • "The quality of mercy is not strained," wrote Shakespeare. "It droppeth as the gentle rain from heaven upon the place beneath. It is twice blest; it blessed him that gives and him that takes."
    on Aug 28, 2009 By: William Shakespeare Source: Daily Sun

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