What is another word for Divineness?

Pronunciation: [dɪvˈa͡ɪnnəs] (IPA)

Divineness, the quality or state of being divine, can be expressed in various ways using synonyms such as holiness, sacredness, godliness, and spirituality. Holiness denotes the state of being pure and sacred, often associated with righteousness. Sacredness, on the other hand, emphasizes the religious significance or ultimate importance of something. Godliness refers to the quality of being like God or devoted to God, and often suggests moral or spiritual excellence. Spirituality implies a deep connection with the divine, or seeking transcendent meaning and purpose in life. Each of these synonyms captures a different aspect of divineness and can be used to describe the mystical, awe-inspiring qualities of a higher power.

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What are the hypernyms for Divineness?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for Divineness?

Divineness is the quality or state of being divine, sacred or heavenly. The antonyms of divineness are profanity, impiety, vulgarity, mundanity, and secularism. Profanity refers to the behavior that shows disrespect to religious or sacred things. Impiety is the lack of reverence or respect for things considered holy. Vulgarity is the quality of being common, coarse or lacking in taste. Mundanity refers to the ordinary or earthly concerns, without any connection with heaven or spirituality. Secularism is the belief that life's concerns are limited to this world only and that there is no spiritual reality beyond it. These antonyms of divineness lack the essence of spiritual greatness and purity.

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Usage examples for Divineness

He declares its exercise, so directed, to be a subject, not of shame in the sight of the Creator, but of thanksgiving to Him, and also the best form in which human thanks can be conveyed; and he employs all the vividness of his illustration and all the force of his invective against the so-called artist who sees in the Divineness of female beauty only incitement to low desires; in the art which seeks to reproduce it only a cloak for their indulgence.
"A Handbook to the Works of Browning (6th ed.)"
Mrs. Sutherland Orr
As the eye discerns the beautiful, and the ear discerns sweet sounds, so the heart of man discerns the Divineness of the Bible teachings and sets its seal to their truth.
"The Jericho Road"
W. Bion Adkins
In all true work, were it but true hand labour, there is something of Divineness.
"A Cotswold Village"
J. Arthur Gibbs

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