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divine
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Anne Of Green Gables
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as in: to forgive is divine Define
wonderful; or god-like or coming from God
  • Well, whatever it was it must have been something nice because she was divinely beautiful.
  • Have you ever imagined what it must feel like to be divinely beautiful?

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  • Which would you rather be if you had the choice—divinely beautiful or dazzlingly clever or angelically good?
  • The boys, who had to wriggle hastily down from the trees, were later; and Anne, who had not been picking gum at all but was wandering happily in the far end of the grove, waist deep among the bracken, singing softly to herself, with a wreath of rice lilies on her hair as if she were some wild divinity of the shadowy places, was latest of all.

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  • Her pies are divine.
  • The King claimed a divine right.

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unspecified meaning
  • What a starved, unloved life she had had—a life of drudgery and poverty and neglect; for Marilla was shrewd enough to read between the lines of Anne’s history and divine the truth.
  • When she opened them again it was to behold Diana coming through the gate that led into the Barry field and looking so important that Anne instantly divined there was news to be told.

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as in: to forgive is divine Define
wonderful; or god-like or coming from God
as in: divined from tea leaves Define
to predict or discover something supernaturally (as if by magic)
as in: divined through intuition Define
to discover something -- usually through intuition or reflection
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