Examples of godlike in a Sentence
the godlike splendor of creation
Recent Examples of godlike from the Web
Many white people in films based on the stories of POC are often subliminally depicted as godlike saviors, heroes who are rational and judicious to the core.
Indeed, the coach that many Alabama fans dare compare to the godlike Bear Bryant basically finished tied for sixth with Chandra Mills Crutcher, a religious leader with a strong local following in Huntsville.
Back in the 1960s, Mao’s birthplace, Shaoshan, was turned into a secular shrine for slogan-chanting Red Guards who looked on modern China’s founder as a nearly godlike figure.
The central character of this Season Four episode is Kevin, a godlike alien who falls in love with a Federation colonist while traveling in human form.
Part of the allure of When Breath Becomes Air is that it is written by a doctor, and not only a doctor, but a surgeon, a godlike (or at least magelike) figure in the eyes of many—including surgeons themselves.
The three Kim dynasty leaders have been hailed as godlike figures by North Korean media and government.
After a terrorist weapon disables Picard’s artificial heart, the godlike alien Q lets the Starfleet Captain relive the three days leading up to the barfight which resulted in the injury that forced doctors to replace his heart in the first place.
In a country where the Kim family publicly enjoys near-godlike status, Kim’s decision to insert himself directly into the tit-for-tat exchanges raises the stakes way above the level of anti-U.S. propaganda North Koreans typically hear.
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First Known Use of godlike
before 12th century
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