Sinônimos de divine
of God or a goda gift from divine beings
heavenly, , , , ,
heavenly beings whose function it is to serve God
gods and other celestial beings
They seemed godlike in their wisdom and nobility.
cherubic, , ,
the toddler's beaming, cherubic face
the message of the Divine Book
shrines and sacred places
different religious beliefs
To most of the islanders, this is a holy place.
A man in priestly clothes offered spiritual guidance.
blessed, , ,
After the ceremony, they were declared `blessed'.
Their resting place is in hallowed ground.
splendid or perfect(informal) You look simply divine.
I've always thought he was a wonderful actor.
This is a perfect time to buy a house.
a beautiful red-haired woman
We complimented him on doing an excellent job.
What a lovely surprise!
A stunning display of fireworks lit up the sky.
We opened the window and let in the glorious evening air.
He certainly is a marvellous actor.
The book includes a wealth of splendid photographs.
I've had a gorgeous time today.
exquisite, , ,
The hotel features friendly staff and exquisite cuisine.
She looked ravishing.
I had divine inspiration.
mystic union with God
She had the look of someone exalted by an excess of joy.
the idea of a transcendent God who stood apart from mankind
a blissful smile
The conference greeted the speech with rapturous applause.
He smiled an almost beatific smile.
a priest who is learned in theologyHe had the air of a divine.
He had trained to be a Catholic priest.
My father was a Baptist minister.
the vicar of the local parish
the pastor of the local Episcopalian church
clergyman or woman,
The crowds were protesting against a local clergyman being banned from preaching.
churchman or woman,
Many soldiers found the padre a comforting presence.
holy man or woman or person,
man or woman or person of God,
man or woman or person of the cloth,
He was sent to a school run by ecclesiastics.
to discover (something) by intuition or guessingShe tried to divine which of her siblings was telling the truth.
I guess I'm just being paranoid.
I think you understand my meaning.
The problem was more complex than he supposed.
I suspect they were right.
He was beginning to perceive the true nature of their relationship.
I inferred from what she said that you have not been well.
She hoped he hadn't deduced the reason for her visit.
Only now can I begin to apprehend the power of these forces.
This may or may not be true; we are all conjecturing here.
surmise, , ,
She surmised that they had discovered one of the illegal streets.
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in the sense of angelic
of or relating to angelsangelic choirs
in the sense of apprehend
to grasp (something) mentallyOnly now can I begin to apprehend the power of these forces.
in the sense of beatific
displaying great happinessHe smiled an almost beatific smile.
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