Demigod sentence example
- Talon's a demigod, and he thinks he can take on Czerno.
- He'd felt similar when the Black God's powers crept through him, stripping his demigod powers in preparation to give him something more.
- The best known have all been made into stage-plays, and it is in this form that they usually come before the notice of the general public. Amongst them are Ramakien, taken from the great Hindu epic Ramayana; Wetyasunyin, the tale of a king who became an ascetic after contemplation of a withered tree; Worawongs, the story of a prince who loved a princess and was killed by the thrust of a magic spear which guarded her; Chalawan, the tale of a princess beloved by a crocodile; Unarud, the life story of Anuruddha, a demigod, the grandson of Krishna; Phumhon, the tale of a princess beloved by an elephant; Prang tong, a story of a princess who before birth was promised to a "yak" or giant in return for a certain fruit which her mother desired to eat.
- The Goddess bestows him with unusual swordly prowess and sets him loose with a demigod named Shorty for a companion.
- He sat as the dream faded and patted the necklace with the dangling sun-star symbol marking his demigod status.Advertisement
- They are not placed in the astral by the evil demigod, but have been placed there by the Light.
- And yes, I'll make you a demigod, not because you deserve it, but because you did something useful for the first time in your life!
- Allegedly, Talon's been given demigod status.
- Jonny snatched the sword Dusty used against Talon and plunged it through the frozen demigod.
- Damian had granted him immortality along with his other demigod powers, plus the one authority no other immortal had: the ability to kill one of their own who got out of line or broke the divine codes.Advertisement
- If Cain is the eponym of the Kenites it is quite possible that Abel was originally a South Judaean demigod or hero; on this, see Winckler, Gesch.
- The anciennes cohues de France, gay, familiar and military, gave place to a stilted court life, a perpetual adoration, a very ceremonious and very complicated ritual, in which the demigod pontificated even in his dressing-gown.
- Theocritus (Idyll 17) hails Ptolemy Philadelphus as a demigod, and speaks of his father as seated among the gods along with Alexander.