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Word definitions for goddess in dictionaries

WordNet Word definitions in WordNet
n. a female deity

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
A goddess is a female deity. Goddess may also refer to:

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
mid-14c., from god + fem. suffix -esse (see -ess ). Of mortal women, by 1570s.

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. 1 (context religion English) A female deity. 2 (context figuratively English) A human female honored or adored as physically attractive or of superior charm and intelligence.

Usage examples of goddess.

But the constant crowd of adorers who went to worship the goddess, having sounded her exploits rather too loudly, the august Maria-Theresa objected to this new creed being sanctioned in her capital, and the beautfiul actress received an order to quit Vienna forthwith.

Goddess was the lead female of Goddess Pride -- a friend and companion ever since Aganippe was old enough to mix with the lions.

Half-blinded by her own blood, Aganippe could not see what happened, but the rest of Goddess Pride vanished, their snarls dying in the distance.

Taleen had explained, was the Goddess of all women in Alb, in Voth, and indeed in the whole land as far as the Princess knew.

When the decay was gone and the bone fragments fused, she beseeched the goddess to mend the other breaks in his leg and hand.

Goddess Beshet of the Far-Seeing Eye, and the God Anut the Spirit Walker.

Here Art is no benignant goddess, but a Circe who turns her wooers into mewing Toms and Tabbies who linger about the doorsteps of her abode, unmindful of the flying brickbats and boot-jacks of the critics.

In the hungry times before the goddess came he had been generous to Davey and Buglet, with bowls of milk and bits of sun-dried goat meat, and he still liked to share his desert lore and his peyote buttons on fiesta days.

He turned impulsively to Buglet, who looked very grave and pale in her dark robe, more alluring than a goddess.

Each time that the little Bunnell sounder was galvanized into articulate life he bent his ear and listened to the busy cluttering of the dots and dashes, as the reports of races, as the weights and names of jockeys, and lists of entries and statements of odds and conditions went speeding into the busy keys of the big poolroom below, where men and women waited with white and straining faces, and sorrowed and rejoiced as the ever-fluctuant goddess of chance brought them ill luck or success.

I know that you have obeyed my commands which I gave to you before we parted in the bygone years, O my begotten in the goddess.

It was not difficult for him to find this isle as it seemed that, being an initiate of Isis, once in bygone days he had visited it on the business of the goddess.

A demanding goddess, Cailleach required such sacrifices from her worshippers.

When it came I resolved to bid farewell to all my friends and to try my fortune in Lisbon, but such was not the fate which the fickle goddess had assigned to me.

Strolling along the network of hard-packed earthen paths that connected the thatched huts, the Trouts could almost forget that their entourage included a mysterious and beautiful white goddess in a jaguar-skin bikini and a silent escort of six armed Chulo Indians painted the colors of an executive jet.