- a female god or deity.
- a woman of extraordinary beauty and charm.
- a greatly admired or adored woman: a domestic goddess who hosts lavish dinner parties.
Origin of goddess
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Examples from the Web for goddess
As a noted feminist/ illuminati member/ Goddess/ walking Instagram video, Beyoncé certainly wears many hats/ veils/ body suits.The Beyoncé Manifesto: Quotes on Nihilism and Feminism
December 12, 2014
The name Easter may, or may not, be derived from the Sumerian goddess Inanna, or Ishtar—the source of the Hebrew name Esther.Meet Krampus, the Seriously Bad Santa
December 5, 2014
In actuality, an encounter with a goddess of the underworld is another step in the second cycle of the monomyth.The Walking Dead’s Luke Skywalker: Rick Grimes Is the Perfect Modern-Day Mythical Hero
October 28, 2014
A generation ago, sherpas characterized her as the goddess of security.Breaking Mount Everest’s Glass Ceiling
Amanda Padoan, Peter Zuckerman
March 30, 2014
Belle Jar has more: Ishtar was the goddess of love, war and sex.Happy Easter, Which is Not Named After Ishtar, Okay?
March 29, 2013
None but Greeks were allowed to enter the temples of this goddess.Philothea
Lydia Maria Child
Come, Dick, let us leave this god and goddess of reason alone.Viviette
William J. Locke
Above the horizon is a goddess who holds in her left hand an ear of corn.
The god Lakhmu and the goddess Lakhamu were made to shine, they were named.
His eyes sought for sign of his goddess, who had disappeared most mysteriously.Chip, of the Flying U
B. M. Bower
- a female divinity
- a woman who is adored or idealized, esp by a man
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Word Origin and History for goddess
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