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Synonyms for demigod

a person with great powers and abilities

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a person who is part mortal and part god

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Bolstering his defence will be the bands Electric White Room and those demi-gods of rock and roll for the new millennium Eusebio.
The Jumpin' Hot Club's increasingly essential annual event promises more than ever this year, with reggae demi-gods Prince Buster, Lee 'Scratch' Perry and Jimmy Cliff on the bill.
But he continued to believe that Christianity was about God and the way you lived your life - and not bowing down to self-styled demi-Gods.
In the seedy two-faced back-biting world of broadcasting, I have only ever had two heroes ( two demi-gods of whom I would be in awe should the opportunity arise to interview them.
WHEN a thriller by a debut author carries front-cover endorsements by the demi-Gods of the crime genre, Lee Child and James Patterson, you know that it's either something explosively special or majorly over-hyped.
Will we eventually surrender this, to satisfy the demi-gods of Europe?
Not bad for a lad from a Scottish island whose previous most famous musical sons were Gaelic rock demi-gods Runrig.
It made for a much better script as he spoke candidly of life among these demi-gods.
Above all, we surely need to stop treating millionaire football players like demi-gods who control the mood ( and the fate ( of the nation.
But they weren't demi-gods then and they certainly aren't now.
But compared to brilliant Ben they were mere demi-Gods as he hit 0-8 of their overall tally and showed his full range of skills.
In Demi-Gods and Demi-Devils, the swordsmen all prefer notoriety rather than living in anonymity.
But having lost demi-gods like Sachin Tendulkar and Rahul Dravid to retirement they have only three players in their 18-strong squad who have played a Test match over here.
They were incandescent with rage from start to finish every time a Villa player went near one of their demi-gods in red and white with any sort of physical contact.
Even those players who lose in the first round of the Power Horse Cup must be modern-day demi-gods, looking down with disdain upon the rest of mankind.