Deifies [verb]

Definition of Deifies:

elevate, glorify

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Sentence/Example of Deifies:

The latter wished to deify Alexander; but Timaeus exalts Timoleon above the most venerable gods.

Not satisfied with three Gods, they must canonize and deify men and make saints and demi-gods.

It is a ghastly thing to study these religions, and to see what dark and revolting qualities ignorance can deify.

It is not clear, then, how they can 'deify' classes of things, if they have no notion of deity.

His choices free or fetter, elevate or debase, deify or demonize his humanity.

Men always consider women unjust to them, when they fail to deify their weaknesses.

Let us leave weak mortals to crawl from error to error, and deify to-day what they will condemn to-morrow.

To imprison Illowski meant danger; to kill him would deify him, for in the blood of martyrs blossom the seeds of mighty religions.

Is it alleged that it is man's passion for woman that has moved him thus in a sort to deify the sex?

This government can show to-day a dozen men of equal abilities, but we don't deify them.