divinize

[div-uh-nahyz]
Also especially British, div·i·nise.

Origin of divinize

1650–60; divine + -ize; compare French diviniser
Related formsdiv·i·ni·za·tion, noun
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Examples from the Web for divinize

Historical Examples of divinize

  • Their religion is, as it were, a last attempt to divinize all that constitutes humanity in men.

    God and the State

    Mikhail Aleksandrovich Bakunin

  • As to the tendency to divinize these totems, this arises no doubt partly out of question .


British Dictionary definitions for divinize

divinize

divinise

verb
  1. (tr) to make divine; deify
Derived Formsdivinization or divinisation, noun
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