|somewhat divine, partially godlike, more than mortal but less than divine||semidivine|
|(570-632 BC) founder of the Islamic religion, divine prophet of Islam (also Muhammad)||Mahomet|
|(about God) divine omniscience, state of being all-knowing; foreknowledge; foresight, ability to foresee future events, advance knowledge of things||prescience|
|(Genetics) partially dominant, producing a trait that is intermediate to two different inherited traits (in heterozygotes)||semidominant|
|ability to predict the future, divine prediction||prophecy; prophesy|
|able to perform miracles, amazing, marvelous; supernatural, of divine intervention, extraordinary, regarded as caused by supernatural intervention||miraculous|
|act of deifying, act of making divine, making somebody a god or goddess, state of having been made a god or goddess||deification|
|act of judging; forming of an opinion; assessment, opinion; verdict, sentence of a court; decree, sentence; ability to judge, good sense, act of making a statement, decision of a judge, decision on a disputed matter, discernment or good sense, divine p...||judgment|
|act of manifesting; state of being manifested; demonstration or indication or something; materialization of a spirit; public rally or demonstration, act of showing something, public demonstration, sign, visible form of divine being||manifestation|
|acting as self-governing part, partially autonomous, somewhat independent, partially self-governing, partly self-governing||semiautonomous|
|admonition, censure, reproof, disapproval, divine rejection||reprobation|
|adore, idolize, worship, glorify, venerate, raise to the level of a deity, make divine||deify|
|advice from Greek or Roman deity, area of a biblical Temple, God-given message, shrine of an ancient god, source of wisdom, source of wise counsel; wise counsel; conveyor of divine messages; spiritual medium or channel; prophet, predictor; temple of a ...||oracle|
|advocate of dualism; advocate of the belief that mind and matter exist separately (Philosophy); advocate of the belief that good and evil are embodied in two separate divine beings or principles (Theology)||dualist|
|alleviate, ease, relieve; allay, lessen; mitigate, moderate, make less severe, partially excuse||palliate|
|amount by which a container is short of being full; quantity of alcoholic beverage remaining in a container which has been partially emptied, lost liquid, vacant container space||ullage|
|any one of the Ten Commandments (Biblical); command, divine proscription||commandment|
|as if divine, godly; similar to God; divine||godlike|
|awe-inspiring, consecrated, holy person, holy thing, pure, sacred, sacred place, sanctuary; saintly person; something sacred, consecrated; divine; devoted to the service of God or religion; saintly, godly, used in expressions of surprise||holy|
|basic materials for glass or glaze, calcined or partially fused matters used in making glass; substance resembling glass used in making porcelain or glazes, ground flux, make into frit, make into frit; prepare by heat (substances for making glass)||frit|
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