ungodlike

ungodlike

(ʌnˈɡɒdˌlaɪk)
adj
not godlike
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Seibert acknowledges that, "What is surprising to many readers, however, is the inclusion of stories portraying God behaving in ways that appear ungodly and 'ungodlike'.
These critics remark that, by descending from his rock to chase a common subject through the streets of Petersburg, Peter betrays a very ungodlike vulnerability, as if afraid of how Evgeny's revolt could upset the order of his creation.
Stealing valuable time from his busy schedule of clearing brush on what apparently is the most brush-infested ranch in the country, President Brush encouraged our country's school districts to incorporate into their teaching plans both sides of the debate regarding the development of humanity: evolution, the theory that man descended from an infinite number of apes typing on an infinite number of typewriters, and Intelligent Design, the idea that an unseen force (not necessarily god--but not ungodlike either) nudged our genes with big giant invisible fingers to the point where no child is left behind.
Theodore, and Freud called it a treatment and procedure for the curing of neurosis, which is like the common cold, and people say that it's ungodly and ungodlike, psychoanalysis, which might be what makes it good.
Only available through Vuitton's outlets, there are waiting lists this summer for the bag that costs up to EUR3000 a go - but, thankfully for us mere mortals with ungodlike spending powers, the fakers are at it.
What if we feel, not like Aeschylus creating Agamemnon or Euripides creating Pentheus, but more like Agamemnon or like Pentheus, with no synopsis of the plot on our ungodlike laps?