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  • EN [ dɪˈvaɪn]
  • US [ dɪˈvaɪn]

English definition


  • 1. a clergyman or other person in religious orders


  • 1. perceive intuitively or through some inexplicable perceptive powers

  • 2. search by divining, as if with a rod;

    • "He claimed he could divine underground water"


  • 1. emanating from God;

    • "divine judgment"
    • "divine guidance"
    • "everything is black1 or white...satanic or godlyt"-Saturday Rev.
  • 2. resulting from divine providence;

    • "providential care"
    • "a providential visitation"
  • 3. being or having the nature of a god;

    • "the custom of killing the divine king upon any serious failure of his...powers"-J.G.Frazier
    • "the divine will"
    • "the divine capacity for love"
    • "'Tis wise to learn; 'tis God-like to create"-J.G.Saxe
  • 4. devoted to or in the service or worship of a deity;

    • "divine worship"
    • "divine liturgy"
  • 5. appropriate to or befitting a god;

    • "the divine strength of Achilles"
    • "a man of godlike sagacity"
    • "man must play God for he has acquired certain godlike powers"-R.H.Roveref
  • 6. of such surpassing excellence as to suggest divine inspiration;

    • "her pies were simply divine"
    • "the divine Shakespeare"
    • "an elysian meal"
    • "an inspired performance"

Example sentences

  • Being thus tested with tribulations by divine dispensation, you will a firm hope in God.

  • You look simply divine, darling.

  • The congregation assists at divine service.

  • It has its divine right of sovereignty.

  • The despot claimed to be the chosen instrument of divine providence.

  • " That's not eating, that's more like the Divine Farmer " testing a hundred varieties of herbs.

  • They were married by a Baptist minister, the first divine they found convenient.

  • Rahim sees this as a manifestation of the Divine and primordial connection between mother and son.

  • Always have I sought to show Divine Kindness and Mercy, shall I stop now?

  • Her elegance and beauty was simply divine.

  • Io was of divine ancestry.

  • Divine time is in the present moment.

  • Parents, like the gods and goddesses of mythology, are divine before they are human.

  • The astrologer claimed to be able to divine the future.

  • In ancient mythology there was no impassable gulf separating the divine from the human beings.

  • It is the divine will.

  • The old man claimed to be able to divine what the stars hold in store for us.

  • Jesus is believed by Christians to have been divine.

  • No player has a divine right to be in this team.

  • to trust in divine providence

  • a distant, unknowable divine power

  • "Isn't it divine?" she said. "I wish I had the right sort of brooch to lend you for it."

  • They believe the soul is immortal, grounding this belief on the Divine nature of the human spirit.

  • "This food is divine," they murmur, falsely.

  • "They were divine," she sighs, dreamily.

  • A degree does not give you a divine right to wealth.

  • Darling how lovely to see you, you look simply divine.

  • The whole system was based on divine revelation in the Scriptures.

  • Tony sipped from his glass. "Mmm. Ambrosia. Nectar of the gods. Divine. Wonderful."

Synonym discrimination

  • sacred, divine, holy


Meaning of divine

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