demiurgic

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Etymology[edit]

demiurge +‎ -ic

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Adjective[edit]

demiurgic (comparative more demiurgic, superlative most demiurgic)

  1. Relating to a demiurge.
    • 1887, Andrew Lang, Myth, Ritual, and Religion
      Lastly, man is occasionally represented as having been framed out of a piece of the body of the Creator, or made by some demiurgic potter out of clay.