an act or process that is purportedly inspired by a deity; inspiration endowed by God upon spiritually gifted persons
David A. Graham offers six tidbits, from her divine inspiration to her devotion to husband Marcus and her childhood trauma.
These rights are not subject to the whims of kings or regimes but rather are consecrations of divine inspiration.
Plato first formulated the influential model of artistic creation as divine inspiration.
Nor were the rest that were present less amazed at his wisdom, thinking it to be no less than divine inspiration.
The answer is that you praise Homer not by art but by divine inspiration.
With what divine inspiration has he wrought its faultless lines!
Every faculty in my being feels the touch of divine inspiration.
In a flash of divine inspiration he had known of the lives of the men who sat below him.
I do not know how Wagner has been able to preserve his divine inspiration intact.
Tell your congregation whether you believe the Bible was written by divine inspiration.