A divine and supernatural messenger from a deity, or other divine entity. (noun)
The lowest order of angels, below virtues. (noun)
A selfless person. (noun)
An altitude, measured in thousands of feet. (noun)
An affluent individual who provides capital for a startup, usually in exchange for convertible debt or ownership equity. (noun)
To support by donating money. (verb)
Examples of word angel
Also incidentally, Switters had once been under the impression that the term angel, as applied to certain evolved mavericks within the CIA, was an entirely ironic reference to a dopey book by the evangelist Billy Graham, entitled Angels: God's Secret Agents.
Matthew and John use the term angel, but Mark and Luke speak of one “dressed in a white garment.”
While the angel is a thrill of no trivial dimension, she's also a tip-off to Kushner's billowing excesses.
His lips would twist like he tasted something pickle-sour every time he said the word angel.
“Are you a—” Taruna hesitated to use the word angel.