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divine
used in Arrowsmith

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to forgive is divine
Definition
wonderful; or god-like or coming from God
  • It damaged his already feeble belief in man's divinity and immortality.
    Chapter 2 (58% in)

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  • In a year of divine work, the catch did not appear.
    Chapter 38 (64% in)
  • If he ached a little for research and Gottlieb's divine curiosity— well, he would be such a country doctor as Robert Koch!
    Chapter 10 (97% in)
  • For he doubted all progress of the intellect and the emotions, and he doubted, most of all, the superiority of divine mankind to the cheerful dogs, the infallibly graceful cats, the unmoral and unagitated and irreligious horses, the superbly adventuring seagulls.
    Chapter 12 (27% in)
  • To Martin, he spoke of Pasteur, George Washington, Victor Vaughan, and Edison as his masters, but in asking the business men of Nautilus—the Rotary Club, the Chamber of Commerce, the association of wholesalers—for their divine approval of more funds for his department, he made it clear that they were his masters and lords of all the land, and fatly, behind cigars, they accepted their kinghood.
    Chapter 21 (43% in)
  • I might win yet—with just a couple of miracles and a divine intervention.
    Chapter 24 (66% in)
  • Perched on a cloud, watching them, was the divine Tubbs, a glory of whiskers, ready to blast any of the little men who stopped being earnest and wasted time on speculation about anything which he had not assigned to them.
    Chapter 29 (51% in)
  • There may have been in the shadowy heart of Max Gottlieb a diabolic insensibility to divine pity, to suffering humankind; there may have been mere resentment of the doctors who considered his science of value only as it was handy to advertising their business of healing; there may have been the obscure and passionate and unscrupulous demand of genius for privacy.
    Chapter 32 (0% in)
  • By chance he was among them all the most divine mixer of the planter's punch, the New Orleans fizz, and the rum swizzle.
    Chapter 33 (93% in)

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