What is another word for supreme being?

Pronunciation: [suːpɹˈiːm bˈiːɪŋ] (IPA)

When referring to a higher power, many people use the term "supreme being". However, there are several synonyms that can be used interchangeably depending on cultural or religious beliefs. One such synonym is "deity", which refers to a god or goddess worshipped in a particular religion. "Divine", "almighty", and "omnipotent" are also used to describe a supreme being with ultimate power and sovereignty. Other synonyms include "Creator", "Lord", "Master", "Source", and "Sustainer". These terms are often used to describe a singular, all-powerful entity that is the source of creation and life. Regardless of the chosen synonym, the concept of a supreme being remains a central part of many spiritual and religious beliefs.

What are the hypernyms for Supreme being?

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

Famous quotes with Supreme being

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  • "The answer," said Frost, "is that I don't know. Not, certainly, in the kind of God that you are thinking of. Not the old white-whiskered, woodcut gentleman. But a supreme being — yes, I would believe in a God of that sort.
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