Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The state or dignity of a goddess.

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  • noun The state of being a goddess; goddess-ship.

Etymologies

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goddess +‎ -hood

Examples

  • Juno's wild-eyed loyalty to Sarah is twisted against her in a way that almost makes you feel sorry for her -- because Sarah's "descent" (if you will) into feral warrior goddesshood is going to bring vast and divine retribution against those who have wronged her, whether or not they're fighting for her now.

    The Descent: Or, as I've come to think of it, The Decent.

  • You, the goddess, are standing upon the mountain of goddesshood.

    Dr. Alex Benzer: How to Be A Modern Goddess...According to a Guy

  • If the story is about the new-found goddesshood, then focus on that.

    HH Com 531 (530 is eating dogs at Grays Papaya on Amsterdam)

  • If it is not, then don't start with the wheres and hows of the goddesshood.

    HH Com 531 (530 is eating dogs at Grays Papaya on Amsterdam)

  • The domestic goddess thing if one can qualify for goddesshood when the pastry is bought ready rolled, the mincemeat out of a jar, and one is not wearing an apron may have gone just a little too far.

    grown up

  • The domestic goddess thing if one can qualify for goddesshood when the pastry is bought ready rolled, the mincemeat out of a jar, and one is not wearing an apron may have gone just a little too far.

    definitely not ‘French bashing’

  • Almost as if in reply to Katha Pollitt writes in the Nation, "Domestic goddesshood is definitely back, and, if only as a fantasy, a lot of women are buying it: It wasn't men who made Martha Stewart a multimillionaire."

    GreenCine Daily

  • Almost as if in reply to Katha Pollitt writes in the Nation, "Domestic goddesshood is definitely back, and, if only as a fantasy, a lot of women are buying it: It wasn't men who made Martha Stewart a multimillionaire."

    GreenCine Daily

  • Almost as if in reply to Katha Pollitt writes in the Nation, "Domestic goddesshood is definitely back, and, if only as a fantasy, a lot of women are buying it: It wasn't men who made Martha Stewart a multimillionaire."

    GreenCine Daily

  • Almost as if in reply to Katha Pollitt writes in the Nation, "Domestic goddesshood is definitely back, and, if only as a fantasy, a lot of women are buying it: It wasn't men who made Martha Stewart a multimillionaire."

    GreenCine Daily

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