The one who is ordained by God to lead the people of Israel, believed by Christians to be Jesus Christ.(noun)
An extremely powerful divine figure.(noun)
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Use "messiah" in a sentence
"A prophet who adamantly declines the label messiah, and a kind of self-appointed Pied Piper in reverse determined to lead the downtrodden out of their misery, Moore makes his case in no uncertain terms as he winds crime scene tape all around Wall Street and insists on making citizen arrests via megaphone outside brokerage houses."
"I mean - what do you make of the - you talk about a cult-like personality or you use the term messiah, the anointed one, he descended from the heavens at Invesco Field."
"Your messiah is a bust and you will be much happier watching MTV or Judge Judy."