Definition for word divinely.
Divinely Di*vine"ly, adv.
1. In a divine or godlike manner; holily; admirably or
excellently in a supreme degree.
Most divinely fair. --Tennyson.
2. By the agency or influence of God.
Divinely set apart . . . to be a preacher of
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- 'divine' due to their transcendental
origins, and/or because their attributes
or supreme relative
- some religions
have religious texts which
they view as divinely
or supernaturally revealed
or inspired. for instance, orthodox
- divine inspiration
to: revelation biblical inspiration
the ancient greek muses
were said to be supernatural forces
- the imperial
cult of ancient
rome identified emperors
and some members
of their families
with the divinely sanctioned authority
- Ἀρίωνος, Ἀρείωνος is a divinely-bred, extremely swift immortal horse
to the latin
poet sextus propertius
, was endowed
- iṣmah or ‘isma (عِصْمَة) is the concept
or 'divinely bestowed freedom
and sin' in islam muslims believe
- divine providence
, divinely ordained events
and outcomes. entertainment
(1977 film), a french/swiss film directed
- the ahmadiyya movement
is an offshoot
that universally accept
, albeit divinely
is either compelling attractiveness
that can inspire devotion
in others, or a divinely conferred power
- the church teaches
that it is the one true church divinely founded
by jesus christ
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