divine

[ dih-vahyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF divine

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I think this blessing comes from the Divine, by reason of the innocence of his life.

I asked, 'Is this the divine home, whence I departed into the body?'

Knowing the Milbreys, you will divine the warmth of their behaviour toward the son.

What that truth may be, we leave to the intelligence of the reader to divine.

All ferocity must be misinterpretation of the divine law of harmony and mutual help.

And yet, it seems to me, this is the beginning of our recognition of the Divine.

All sense of public decency, all regard for laws, human or divine, was lost.

It was an insult to the divine powers to assert that they had taken the part of a race horse.

It seems just like a visitation of divine wrath the way things happen.

There is an entrance to the divine mind through bearing the cross.

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