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Definition of "undivine" [undivine]

  • Not divine; not holy. (adjective)

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Use "undivine" in a sentence
  • "It is that victory of the divine over all that is undivine, which is inherent in the very relation of the one to the other, as represented by the Apostle himself: For a Greater, a"
  • "Bragging shamelessly about their devotion, the six participants in this gospel coven contradicted the spirit of their religion and shone and undivine light on their own Bible thumping hypocrisy."
  • "The prayer itself is beautiful, and particularly touching when said over a teen who is in an “undivine” state of development:"
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