Definitions

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  • noun Alternative spelling of godchild.

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Examples

  • Any connection between the god-child cribbing in Bethlehem and the bleary-eyed mall Santa making dreams come true is beside the point.

    Michael Conniff: Con Games: Bleep Christmas

  • Any connection between the god-child cribbing in Bethlehem and the bleary-eyed mall Santa making dreams come true is beside the point.

    Michael Conniff: Con Games: Bleep Christmas

  • I know the money is on Roberto since he and Ali will make the better People Magazine cover but I'm here to tell Ali that she would be making the mistake of a lifetime (and my niece and god-child Maria, who is a sophomore at Columbia, is going to tell you below why it should be Roberto).

    Tom Matlack: Why Ali Should Pick the Good Man

  • The geo-thermal units looked like some immense sculpture in iridium, a gleaming metal god-child construction carelessly attached to the carved crater-face.

    TRIANGLE

  • The geo-thermal units looked like some immense sculpture in iridium, a gleaming metal god-child construction carelessly attached to the carved crater-face.

    TRIANGLE

  • The geo-thermal units looked like some immense sculpture in iridium, a gleaming metal god-child construction carelessly attached to the carved crater-face.

    TRIANGLE

  • To begin, nobody on the crew has children, but they do have nieces, nephews and the occasional god-child.

    Cap'n Crunch Gives Mayor's Report A "D"

  • And I hope Lady G. will not come without my god-child.

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • Is there an anonymous god-child out there I've never met?

    Archive 2005-12-01

  • Is there an anonymous god-child out there I've never met?

    Riding the Train: Almost As Good As A Montel Reunion

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