diviner[ dih-vahy-ner ]SEE DEFINITION OF diviner
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DIVINER
The word Uma means head, and Uillac, a councillor and diviner.
It appeared that Samdad had once acted as diviner on a similar occasion.
The philosopher asks the diviner to tell what is holy and what impiety.
In renunciation we thus restore to self its own diviner mind.
They have found that their lives were diviner than they knew.
I do claim some capacity in the diviner flights of lyric letters, friend.
And so he becomes the victim rather than the master of his own diviner life.
But she would have been more than a diviner of mysteries to have understood its cause.
She grew to him like a second conscience, diviner than his own.
But let me not close this chapter, till I have struck another and a Diviner note.
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