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  • adj. comparative form of godly: more godly


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  • Christians ought to be challenging both political parties on moral issues and not claiming that one or the other is godlier.

    National Council of Churches

  • It's not like we are looking for perfection, a godlier connection or something to make us complete.

    Tracy Bonham: A '90s Rock Star, Reborn

  • Regardless of where you are today, Proverbs is full of advice on how to move into a better, godlier role in the play of life.

    Dare 2B Wise

  • Was he about to repent him of his sins, and to have done with villainy and treachery; was he minded to slit no more gullets in the future, be faithful to the hand that paid him, and lead a godlier life?

    Saint Martin's Summer

  • And they believe that by man’s reason none can be found truer than this, unless any godlier be inspired into man from heaven.

    The Second Book. Of their journeying or travelling abroad, with divers other matters cunningly reasoned, and wittily discussed

  • In these warm lines the heart will trust itself, as it will not to the tongue, and pour out the prophecy of a godlier existence than all the annals of heroism have yet made good.

    VI. Essays. Friendship. 1841

  • The parcel had come to be known as "Nicky-Nan's Chapel," because on fine Sundays, when godlier folks were in church, he spent so much of his time there, smoking and watching the Channel and thinking his thoughts.

    Nicky-Nan, Reservist

  • Balrog's headbud AA is soo much godlier!!! ok onto his moves:


  • But when we open our eyes and look around, do we our country getting cleaner, freer, godlier?

    ChronWatch - Articles

  • Allowing people to ponder their own unique situations and circumstances and come to their own conclusions is the godlier thing to do.



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