Did you possibly mean demigods?
- n. Plural form of demi-god.
“This is quite unlike our imagined experience of them as they would be, diva demi-gods, on stage.”
“Lucky for us we have benevolent demi-gods like Sunstein and Thaler to shove us onto the path of enlightenment via their "libertarian paternalism".”
“Lewis puts this very well, Eugenics have made certain that only demi-gods will now be born: psycho-analysis that none of them shall lose or smirch his divinity: economics that they shall have to hand all that demi-gods require.”
“Where I agree is that none of these people should become demi-gods: actors or sports figures alike.”
“For 6-9 graders it's a great adventure full of Greek mythology gods, demi-gods, monsters, adventure and fun.”
“The job, of course, is to be superhuman; to rise to a pantheon of demi-gods somewhere above this mortal coil where there's a Louboutin for every day and HermÃ¨s bags are like Lays potato chips -- you can never have just one.”
“It goes without saying that demi-gods do not dress down to get a pedicure.”
“The job, of course, is to be superhuman; to rise to a pantheon of demi-gods somewhere above this mortal coil where there's a Louboutin for every day and Hermès bags are like Lays potato chips -- you can never have just one.”
“Away from complicated continuity and Morrison's multi-tiered, subtextual happy world building (yea I am just throwing buzzwords together), tells a love story between Ali and Sofia (OK with a few demi-gods and mythology elements, admittedly).”
“The Kalash are polytheists, with a pantheon of deities and demi-gods that has been compared to that of ancient Greece, though it is much closer to Indo-Iranian (Vedic and pre-Zoroastrian) traditions.”
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