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divine 1

adjective

  • 1 Jesus is one person in both divine and human natures he asked for divine guidance
    godly, godlike, angelic, seraphic, saintly, beatific;
    spiritual, heavenly, celestial, holy
    [Antonyms] mortal
  • 2 he could not be persuaded to attend divine worship
    religious, holy, sacred, sanctified, consecrated, blessed, devotional, devoted to God, dedicated to God
  • 3 informal don't you think he looks rather divine? we ate the most divine food
    lovely, handsome, beautiful, good-looking, prepossessing, charming, delightful, appealing, engaging, winsome, ravishing, gorgeous, bewitching, beguiling;
    wonderful, glorious, marvellous, excellent, superlative, perfect;
    Scottish & Northern English bonny
    British informalbrilliant, brill, smashing
    North American informalcute
    Australian/New Zealand informalbeaut
    formalbeauteous
    datedtaking
    archaiccomely, fair
    raresightly
    [Antonyms] mundane, dreadful
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  • puritan divines were concentrated on the salvation of the human soul
    Scottish kirkman
    Australian informaljosser
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    divine 2

    verb

  • 1 Fergus had divined how afraid she was
    North American figure
    informalfigure out, latch on to, cotton on to, catch on to, tumble to, get, get the picture
    British informaltwig, suss
    North American informalsavvy
    rarecognize
  • 2 they had divined through omens that this was an auspicious day
    forewarn, forebode
    archaicprevise, presage, foreshow, croak
    Scottish archaicspae
    rarevaticinate, auspicate
  • 3 he divined water supplies for desert troops
    dowse, find by dowsing
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