Synonyms for deific

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He invoked the inspiration of the Goddess of Song, and waited for, no doubt believed in, some "deific impulse" descending on him.

Conscious life, or the capacity to become conscious of anything, is a Deific attribute.

To make it appear that there was a Deific power and agency concerned in their conception.

He leads the way to "deific peaks" and "conquered skies," the Virgil of a younger Dante.

For deep feeling has a potency of its own, and all that careless group felt as if some deific cloud had passed by.

But we will close with the testimony of a French philosopher (Bagin) on the subject of deific incarnations.

The Persians have alway's opposed the making and worship of deific images; and they worship but one God, with the above names.

WORD ORIGIN

late 15c., from French déifique (late 14c.), from Late Latin deificus "god-making, sacred," in Medieval Latin "divine," from deus "god" (see Zeus) + -ficus "making" (see factitious).

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