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  • adj. Of or relating to the druids.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Pertaining to, or resembling, the Druids.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Of or pertaining to the druids: as, druidical remains.

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Examples

  • Like the druidic life force Jack taps, this hearty adventure, as personal as it is epic, will cradle readers in the "hollow of its hand."

    The Land of the Silver Apples by Nancy Farmer: Book summary

  • The thesis of the novel is that the druidic religion was something special: “God forgive me, I do not wish to see the extinction of these old ways of knowing for I do believe that there is still value in acknowledging the spirit in a tree and understanding how to disarm an enemy with words.”

    2010 May 05 « The BookBanter Blog

  • Dancers, madly dancing; silhouetted druidic gestures; pale ass-cleft of hippie maiden, vibrant in the dusk.

    Woodstock Nation

  • A Scots doctor gets a fast, druidic initiation as part of his dad's defense unit, and a new big, red fishing buddy.

    Superhero Prose Fiction: Hellboy - Oddest Jobs 05 Strange Fishing In The Western Highlands

  • Then Ireland is a druidic nation, Spain a Muslim nation … oh, no, wait.

    Oxford Must Reject Islamic Call To Prayer – Update « Unambiguously Ambidextrous

  • They gathered together in the back of one of the great lodges: Baine; the four braves who had come with him from Bloodhoof Village; the recovering Hamuul Runetotem, who had a bitter tale to tell of an attack on a peaceful druidic gathering; and the defector, Stormsong.

    The Shattering

  • And as she had expected, for Magatha was no fool, the tauren in more far-flung places such as Feralas and of course the druidic stronghold Moonglade had already begun their rebellion.

    The Shattering

  • It's a great premise and results in a wonderfully varied collection, from Kage Baker's humorous run-around set in a 16th century under druidic rule with Will Shaxpur as a detective, to Chris Roberson's steampunk melodrama featuring murder and political intrigue aboard a dirigible travelling between alternative realms.

    Sideways in the Guardian

  • The last time I went it was full of druidic types dancing around and praying, it was insane : I remember watching around the stones and gaping towards all of them, you don't quite expect to be that much in awe of them when you get there.

    Something Completely Different

  • Still, that growth was yet susceptible to a skilled student of the druidic arts.

    WORLD OF WARCRAFT STORMRAGE

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