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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The painting depicts the mythological figures of Apollo and Venus, the goddess of love, along with a cherub who may be her son Cupid.
The word Easter itself probably derives from Eastre or Eostre, the Anglo-Saxon goddess of spring and dawn.
Perhaps the most recognizable example of Classical Greek architecture, the Doric temple was built as a monument to the goddess Athena and was completed in 432 BC.
Her globe-traveling zillionaire father (Dominic West) disappeared years ago while chasing down a Japanese goddess of death or some such.
According to the legend, following a long winter, the goddess of spring, Eastre, turned a frozen bird into a snow hare that could lay colorful eggs.
The singer subsequently squired screen goddesses including Ava Gardner.
Some accounts describe these Thugs as belonging to a religious cult that worshipped the goddess of death and destruction and killed in order to please her.
Dozens of other gods and goddesses fused religious identities until many prominent Catholic saints held a double meaning for thousands of worshippers.
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Definition of goddess for English Language Learners
: a female god (sense 2)
: a woman who is greatly loved or admired
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