Definitions

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  • adj. Of the nature of a pantheon; having the characteristics of a pantheon

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Of the nature of a pantheon; having the characteristics of a pantheon: as, a pantheonic playhouse.

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Examples

  • It was the first to face the logistical problems of inserting concrete Judeo-Christian figures (as opposed to standard Judeo-Christian mores) into what was until then pretty much a liberal humanist (even pantheonic) fictional universe.

    Get Rid of God « Gerry Canavan

  • Besides these sacred figures which decorated this pantheonic portico, at each of the four gates was one of the four deified bulls in stone, larger than life-size.

    The pillar of fire, or, Israel in bondage

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