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  1. di·vine
    IPA[dəˈvīn]
  2. adjective

    noun

    • 1. a cleric or theologian.

    • 2. providence or God.

  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: divine, plural noun: divines

    • verb

      discover (something) by guesswork or intuition:

      have supernatural or magical insight into (future events):

    • adjective

      of or like God or a god:

      devoted to God; sacred:

    • noun

      a cleric or theologian.

      providence or God.

    • verb

      discover (something) by guesswork or intuition:

      have supernatural or magical insight into (future events):

    • noun

      public Christian worship.
    • noun

      public Christian worship.
    • noun

      the doctrine that kings derive their authority from God, not from their subjects, from which it follows that rebellion is the worst of political crimes. It was claimed in Britain by the earlier Stuarts and is also associated with the absolutism of Louis XIV of France.
    • noun

      the doctrine that kings derive their authority from God not their subjects, from which it follows that rebellion is the worst of political crimes. It was enunciated in Britain in the 16th and 17th centuries under the Stuarts and is also associated with the absolutism of Louis XIV of France.
    • it is human nature to make mistakes oneself while finding it hard to forgive others
    • it is human nature to make mistakes oneself while finding it hard to forgive others
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