apotheosis

[ uh-poth-ee-oh-sis, ap-uh-thee-uh-sis ]SEE DEFINITION OF apotheosis

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The little green serge curtain was then closed on this apotheosis.

He pronounced the panegyric of Robespierre, and the apotheosis of Marat.

The old town of Cherbourg was experiencing its semi-weekly apotheosis.

It is difficult to trace the origin of this new theology, the apotheosis of the Dog.

The apotheosis of these powers led to the conception of the first deity.

He would have covered an acre of ceiling with an acre of apotheosis.

This huge building was intended by the Belgian people to be the apotheosis of Right.

That faceless and nameless horror was the apotheosis of the Imperialist.

His conclusion was an apotheosis of Georgia as a Union State.

It is too often only the apotheosis of triumphant selfishness.

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