like Christ; showing the spirit of Christ.
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How to use Christlike in a sentence
The Matrix was a metaphor for many things—die-hards are still debating what, exactly, it all means—but like Superman and Harry Potter and many other popular heroes, Neo is a Christlike figure who must sacrifice himself for the greater good.How The Matrix Resurrections Trailer Evokes the Franchise's First Movie in Mysterious Ways | Eliana Dockterman | September 9, 2021 | Time
But he was not more Christlike than Wagner when he realised his soul in music; or than Shelley, when he realised his soul in song.The Soul of Man | Oscar Wilde
But it was a love which was willing to forego self to the utmost, and what love could be richer, more Christlike, than that?The Little Missis | Charlotte Skinner
I called myself a Christian, but my conduct was utterly un-Christlike.Niece Catherine | Mary Hampden
We adore One who is Christlike love, and we will serve no other.Some Christian Convictions | Henry Sloane Coffin
And this amelioration of man's miseries is a great, and noble, and Christlike work.
British Dictionary definitions for Christlike
resembling or showing the spirit of Jesus Christ
- Christlikeness, noun
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