godlike


godlike
Having the characteristics of a god.

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  • Godlike — has a number of unrelated uses: *The KMFDM Single Godlike *The Swedish synthpop band Godlike. *The World War II era Superhero Role Playing Game Godlikeee also*lookfrom …   Wikipedia

  • Godlike — God like , a. [God + like. Cf. {Godly}.] Resembling or befitting a god or God; divine; hence, preeminently good; as, godlike virtue. {God like ness}, n. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • godlike — godlike; un·godlike; …   English syllables

  • godlike — index omnipotent, omniscient Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • godlike — 1510s, from GOD (Cf. god) + LIKE (Cf. like) …   Etymology dictionary

  • godlike — [gäd′līk΄] adj. [ME] like or suitable to God or a god; divine …   English World dictionary

  • godlike — [[t]gɒ̱dlaɪk[/t]] ADJ: usu ADJ n A godlike person or a person with godlike qualities is admired or respected very much as if he or she were perfect. His energy and talent elevate him to godlike status. ...a godlike being with curly hair... They… …   English dictionary

  • godlike — Although it s not a word out of nowhere (heck, even KMFDM have a song by the title), in this context it means really nifty, really cool. Often used with the adverb inherently. The line For in truth, you are godlike came from, I think, the Homeric …   Dictionary of american slang

  • godlike — Although it s not a word out of nowhere (heck, even KMFDM have a song by the title), in this context it means really nifty, really cool. Often used with the adverb inherently. The line For in truth, you are godlike came from, I think, the Homeric …   Dictionary of american slang

  • godlike — god|like [ˈgɔdlaık US ˈga:d ] adj having a quality like God or a god = ↑divine ▪ godlike powers …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • godlike — adjective like a god or with a quality suitable for a god: surveying the world with godlike calm …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English


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