Definition of Godlikeness

1. Noun. The quality of being Godlike. ¹



2. Noun. The quality of being godlike. ¹

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Definition of Godlikeness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Godlikeness

godforsakenness
godheads
godhood
godhoods
godi
godild
godis
godless
godlessly
godlessness
godlessnesses
godlevskite
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godlily
godliness
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godmama
godmamas
godmamma
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godmoder
godmoders

Literary usage of Godlikeness

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1. American Journal of Education (1881)
"An omnipotent unit underlies this omnipotent law—God. The Godlikeness reposes, operates and rules in all things. And all things exist only through the ..."

2. Kindergarten and Child Culture Papers: Papers on Froebel's Kindergarten by Henry Barnard (1890)
"The Godlikeness reposes, operates and rules in all things. And all things exist only through the Godlike- ness which operates in them, ..."

3. Sonnenschein's Cyclopædia of Education: A Handbook of Reference on All edited by Alfred Ewen Fletcher (1889)
"This Godlikeness, or fundamental harmony with the laws of their being, rests in, rules, and operates in all things ; all things live and develop through the ..."

4. American Journal of Education (1855-1882). (1881)
"The Godlikeness reposes, operates and rules in all things. And all things exist only through the Godlike- ness which operates in them, ..."

5. Sonnenschein's Cyclopaedia of Education: A Handbook of Reference on All by Alfred Ewen Fletcher (1892)
"This Godlikeness, or fundamental harmony with the laws of their being, rests in, rules, and operates in all things ; all things live and develop through the ..."

6. The Esoteric: A Magazine of Advanced and Practical Esoteric Thought edited by Hiram Erastus Butler (1896)
"Ci Nevertheless men do attain power without Godlikeness: but it is usually over their fellows, and this is a perversion of the true dominion. ..."

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