Make (someone) divine; deify: this brush with death seems to have divinized her
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- We are divinized, given nothing other than God's own life in the crucified one, a paradox we must remain in rather than reject or attempt to resolve.
- The prophetic critique of primal Canaanite religion had the effect of desacralizing nature and divinizing morality.
- Appreciating this re-enchants and divinizes the world.
Mid 17th century: from French diviniser, from divin 'divine'.
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