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Definition of Deicidal
1. deicide [adj] - See also: deicide
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Literary usage of Deicidal
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Age of the Reformation by Preserved Smith (1920)
"Before their temples were piled pyramids of human skulls; the deities were placated by human sacrifice, and at times, according to the deicidal and ..."
2. The Monitor (1879)
"... wherein, with a realistic power comparable to that with which the Jewish historian records the awful judgment of heaven upon the deicidal city, ..."
3. The United States Magazine and Democratic Review (1846)
"E'en deicidal treachery was not The crime that barred him from tho realms of bliss—His damning sin was doubting of Thy grace. ROBERT J. WALSH. ..."
4. The Mercersburg Review by Alumni Association, Franklin and Marshall College (1877)
"... the reigning state of the heart, back of all thinking strictly so called; the love being here, as we know, deicidal self-love set on fire of hell. ..."
5. Manual of Universal Church History by Johannes Baptist Alzog, Francis Joseph Pabisch, Thomas Sebastian Byrne (1890)
"strengthen the conviction that they were a deicidal race and accursed of God. Now, as during the migration of nations, always clever speculators, ..."