Definition of Divinises
1. divinise [v] - See also: divinise
Lexicographical Neighbors of Divinises
Literary usage of Divinises
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Pope, the Kings and the People: A History of the Movement to Make the by William Arthur (1877)
"There are intelligences, better natures of deified men (hommes divinises). The gods of Christianity are the saints. Around God are assembled ALL THE GODS, ..."
2. The Principles of Sociology by Herbert Spencer (1916)
"In a paper entitled " Le culte des ancetres divinises dans 1'Yemen," contained in the ..."
3. Life and Letters of Edward Bickersteth, Bishop of South Tokyo by Samuel Bickersteth (1899)
"... while raising him out of himself, makes him to be himself in the truest best sense, humanises most while it most divinises him, when he is most, ..."
4. The Principles of Sociology by Herbert Spencer (1906)
"In a paper entitled " Le culte des ancetres divinises dans 1'Yemen," contained in the Comptes ..."
5. A Reported Change in Religion by Bernard Henry Holland (1899)
"... that which humanises God and divinises men; that which preserves intact the triune dogma; which incarnates ..."