Examples of goddess in a Sentence
a goddess of ancient Greece
The actress, who is already a goddess in her own country, is finally getting recognition here.
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In the story, Clio and her demi-goddess sisters emerge from a chalk mural (the weakest effect in the Garden’s otherwise inventive design).
In Hinduism, the country’s predominant religion, gods transform into goddesses and men become pregnant.
It was initially reported that silver screen goddess Meryl Streep would play Marmie, the girls’ beloved mother in the film (based on the novel by Louisa May Alcott).
There were recurring dramatic threads; a trio of scientists, along with a water goddess and god.
Vardavar was originally associated with the goddess Astghik, Tsaturyan says.
Beginning with a quartet for four women, all in flat ballet slippers, Blanc created the impression of a caravan, women linked together like goddesses or muses.
The statute is of Jao Mae Nang Non — which roughly translates as the reclining goddess — and her name is shared with the cave, Tham Luang Nang Non, as well as the surrounding mountain, Doi Nang Non.
In Greek mythology, Zeus grants Eos’s mortal lover Tithonus immortality—but the goddess forgets to ask for eternal youth as well.
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GODDESS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of goddess for English Language Learners
: a female god (sense 2)
: a woman who is greatly loved or admired
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