Third-person singular simple present indicative form of divine.(verb)
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Use "divines" in a sentence
"Cooper makes clear that the authority of the Episcopal divines is more tenuous than the authority of law, embodied in Judge Temple."
"And as the said Bateman, with all his want of common sense, was really a well-informed man, and well read in English divines, he thought he might incidentally hear something from him which he could turn to account."
"Their divines will be the worst people under the Heaven; strife will issue from them and avert to them."