Definition of godhood in US English:

godhood

noun

  • See God

    • ‘Andrew, the nerd manipulated by grandiose dreams of godhood, must admit that he, not some outside force, killed his best friend.’
    • ‘And Jerry's godhood overseas and tireless work for Muscular Dystrophy are oversold, plus I'm not sure I wanted to know quite that much about Jerry's medical problems.’
    • ‘They were some of the first colonists to this world, and after the use of many technological advancements on their bodies have attained godhood.’
    • ‘The idea is that by realizing your own godhood you realize the godhood of everyone/thing, thereby breaking down the barriers of individuality.’
    • ‘But when an apology reflects poorly on the mistake that basically launched the Cold War, they bang their spoons on their highchairs about any attempt to tarnish FDR's godhood.’

Pronunciation

godhood

/-ˌho͝od/