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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of undeify.


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  • Emigration from our stocked communities of undeified men and women, emigration for conquest, for gold, for very restlessness of spirit, if they grow toward an imperial issue, have all thus a prescriptive and recognized ingredient of heroism.

    Young Lion of the Woods A Story of Early Colonial Days

  • For straight his arrows loose their golden heads and shed their purple feathers; his silken braids untwine and slip their knots; and that original and fiery virtue given him by Fate all on a sudden goes out and leaves him undeified and despoiled of all his force; till, finding Anteros at last, he kindles and repairs the almost faded ammunition of his Deity by the reflection of a coequal and homogeneal fire.

    The Life of John Milton

  • "Baby Doc" Duvalier's marriage to the as yet undeified Michelle Pasquet fostered resentment, the extravagance of the couple's estimated £3million 1980 nuptials, not least. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Fancy not that I am one of your chimney-corner, household goddesses, doomed to the dull uniformity of domestic worship, destined to to be adored, to be hung with garlands, or undeified or degraded with indignity!

    Tales and Novels — Volume 08


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