Definitions

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  • adj. divinely inspired

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  • adj. Divinely inspired.

Etymologies

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From Latin entheātus ("divinely inspired"), from Ancient Greek ἔνθεος ("inspired, possessed by (a) god") +‎ -atus.

Examples

  • He was an _enthusiast_ in its true and good sense; he was “entheat,” as if full of God, as the old poets called it.

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