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Synonyms for Divine

Synonyms for Divine

of, from, like, or being a god or God

in the service or worship of God or a god

to tell about or make known (future events) by or as if by supernatural means

to know in advance

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a clergyman or other person in religious orders

perceive intuitively or through some inexplicable perceptive powers

search by divining, as if with a rod

emanating from God

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resulting from divine providence

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being or having the nature of a god

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devoted to or in the service or worship of a deity

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appropriate to or befitting a god

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being of such surpassing excellence as to suggest inspiration by the gods

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It is because I am divinely devoted to Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Shaheed.
It is conceptually less tortuous to believe that the biblical writings are divinely inspired works and ideas of man, and thereby merit their consideration as a valid framework of religion.
Said Thomas Merton in a 1962 letter: "Certainly the greatest danger today is to assume that we have to accept society and its ills as a divinely given and final reality to which our thinking must be adjusted, without any attempt to change anything according to deeper standards.
His dance to Rihanna's Disturbia was judged the most impressive as he scooped three judges' votes to Anthea's one, with judge Robin Cousins telling him: "You skate divinely.
while I with Mary gaze In joy upon that face awhile, Upon the loving infant smile Which there divinely plays.
DIVINELY GUIDED: THE CALIFORNIA WORK OF THE WOMEN'S NATIONAL INDIAN ASSOCIATION belongs in not only California history holdings, but any collection strong in Native American regional experiences and women's issues.
In his response Cunningham asks "[whether] it is possible for members of one religious community to acknowledge that the Other may have a different but nonetheless divinely willed religious encounter with the one God that leads to a distinct, evolving tradition in which the outsider does not participate and [which] possibly includes aspects that the outsider would reject" (53).
The charming little green child-dinos are both divinely deft and awfully accident prone, in recognizable standard suburban households.
Divinely abused; a philosophical perspective on Job and his kin.
The New York Times described the author's body of work as "cerebral fiction" and her latest novel as brainy, compassionate and divinely witty.
At this time, the Kayan chieftaincy displayed, in a series of tableaux vivant, an imaginary narration of rice and divinely inspired authority as related to political power.
Inspirational and spiritual, "The Long Yearning's End" is a choice pick for those who want a divinely inspired memoir.
On the evidence here, the Berlin company, which includes the divinely extended Polina Semionova, is in the world class category.
As well, the Islamic tradition regards them as divinely inspired.
James Rutherford was suitably sinister as mysterious stranger Nick Shadow, while sopranos Claire Booth and Susan Bickley both sang divinely as Anne Trulove and the bearded Baba the Turk respectively.