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  • adj. Not godlike.


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un- +‎ godlike


  • The disease is cured for the Christian Scientist by the belief in God because a true belief in God includes the insight that God is all reality and that reality therefore cannot include the ungodlike, that is, error and sin and disease.


  • He says he's a man of god, but police say the acts he committed were ungodlike, to say the least.

    CNN Transcript Aug 29, 2006

  • As regarded the ungodlike man himself, this could make no difference.

    The Last Chronicle of Barset

  • When last she had seen him he had been as it were a god to her; and though, since that day, his conduct to her had been as ungodlike as it well might be, still the memory of the outward signs of his divinity had remained with her.

    The Last Chronicle of Barset

  • Why, even poor little ungodlike man holds himself responsible for the welfare of his child to the extent of his ability.

    Mark Twain: A Biography

  • She faced the Greek god who, in a somewhat ungodlike way, was stitching a coat on a scaley sewing-machine, in a room of smutted plaster walls.

    Main Street

  • In the sense of being the victim of the ungodlike forces in human life, Jesus bore sin in His own body on the tree.

    Some Christian Convictions A Practical Restatement in Terms of Present-Day Thinking

  • Justin opened the pickle bottle and did other prosaic and ungodlike acts, and Bettina laid the table on the sands like a real girl instead of a transported nymph, yet each saw the other through a golden haze which magnified the most trivial act and made it important.

    Glory of Youth

  • Directly you have identified creation and the creative power so intimately as Pantheism does, then you are under bonds, if you have any curiosity at all or any speculative force, to try to explain the ways in which a God, who is just to begin with all that there is, has managed to reveal Himself in such an infinitude of minute and sometimes ungodlike ways.

    Modern Religious Cults and Movements

  • For St Paul the word ` philosophy 'denoted a bad, an ungodlike form of science, and such was the opinion of all Christians for a long time to come.

    The Beginnings of Christianity. Vol. II.


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