Definition for DI-VINE'

DI-VINE', n.

  1. A minister of the Gospel; a priest; a clergyman. – Swift. The first divines of New England were surpassed by none in extensive erudition, personal sanctity, and diligence in the pastoral office. – J. Woodbridge.
  2. A man skilled in divinity; a theologian; as, a great divine.

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