Resembling or of the nature of a god or God; divine.(adjective)
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Use "godlike" in a sentence
""I hesitate to use the word 'godlike,' because it's a little strong, but he really is a mythical figure around here," said Ben Jones, a Penn State student who covers the football team for the blog BlackShoeDiaries.com."
"Twisting convulsively, it rolled down into the road under our horses 'feet, -- and there this human form, which some call godlike, writhed and floundered like a severed worm, and disguised itself in blood and dust."
"I dare to assert that for a finite speck of pulsating jelly to feel godlike is a far more glorious feeling than for a god to feel godlike."