Examples from the Web for demigod
Given what advocates have had to deal with in the past, the man seems like a demigod.
Bachchan, after a few decades of demigod status in Bollywood, is the very baritone of authority in Indian film.
From this moment Forrest moves on and upward with the stride of a demigod.The Brothers' War|John Calvin Reed
Scott, the demigod, pours out his great romances in an inexpressive fluid.The Critical Game|John Albert Macy
Jackson was a demigod to her and to the people of Tennessee.Children of the Market Place|Edgar Lee Masters
Not even the shepherd, much less the warrior or the demigod, inhabited these quiet scenes.
The slave had passed through the great initiation, and had changed to a demigod.The Dead Command|Vicente Blasco Ibez
British Dictionary definitions for demigod
- a mythological being who is part mortal, part god
- a lesser deity