divinity

[ dih-vin-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF divinity

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She thought of Hyacinthus as she might have thought of a divinity.

For if the world failed them, did not the Divinity remain to them?

And so what's to become of art since there's no belief in the Divinity or even in beauty?

Besides, is not the yearning for the divine simply a desire to behold the Divinity?

Learn hence, ye swains, to fear the Gods, and to reverence the divinity of virtue.

But the close of his studies in divinity was now near at hand.

It is amazing how much, in the strength of its own divinity, love will dare promise!

I worshipped the divinity, even while I attempted to profane the altar.

Happily for himself, he had no other book of Divinity, and he needed none.

"Yes, your divinity," said the captains, without a trace of humor in their voices.

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