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Spell check of idol

Correct spelling: idol

picture, maker, immortal, graven image, burnt offering, portrayal, guiding light, impression, model, Holy Ghost, Almighty, heroine, Lamb of God, inamorata, golden boy, Lord, dieu, goddess, pet, Christ, facsimile, rendering, absolute, favorite, ne plus ultra, depiction, approximation, apotheosis, Son of God, Son of Man, godhead, love, statue, matinee idol, illustration, iconography, beloved, hero, silhouette, replica, imitation, drawing, cast, golden girl, all-powerful, snapshot, darling, duplication, wonder, carving, jewel, outline, beau ideal, demigod, Prince of Peace, photograph, totem, miniature, saint, representation, omniscience, paragon, Savior, Providence, halo, figurine, divinity, King of Kings, mandala, metaphor, King of the Jews, aureole, honey, role model, nonpareil, Jesu, simulacrum, fetish, judge, dear, cartoon, precious, frankincense, infinite, copy, pastiche, Messiah, desire, image, ideal, perfection, Jesus Christ, bust, Trinity, effigy, deity, folk hero, Jehovah, nonsuch, sweetheart, Jesus, analogy, joss stick, nonesuch, salvation, treasure, legend, muse, likeness, icon, incense, inspiration, redeemer, creator, flawlessness, omnipotence.

Examples of usage:

1) For a somewhat similar reason, every pagan temple in the ancient world, with a few well- defined exceptions which are easily explained, also faced the east; and the worshippers, with their backs to the dawn, saw the first beams of the sun kindling their idol's face. - "The Expositor's Bible: The Book of Exodus", G. A. Chadwick.

2) She reminded herself that in old days- in the days when she had been his idol, his goddess- she had had a certain contemptuous fondness for her husband. - "Jane Oglander", Marie Belloc Lowndes.

3) They have cast off the Russian commune, of which the early nihilists made so great an idol. - "Contemporary Socialism", John Rae.