Definition of demiurgic in US English:

demiurgic

adjective

  • See demiurge

    • ‘Pluto is an intellectual demiurgic god, who frees souls from generation.’
    • ‘The first triad of these gods is demiurgic; the second, defensive; the third, vivific; and the fourth, elevating and harmonic.’
    • ‘He is here just a trace-copyist, a technician without a smudge of demiurgic imagination.’
    • ‘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.’

Pronunciation

demiurgic

/ˌdemēˈərjik/