Meaning of deicidal in English:



See deicide

‘For the writer, they are themselves murderers, guilty of ‘grave crimes and offenses,’ including the most dreadful crime of all: the deicidal immolation of the Son of God.’
  • ‘However, to truly work in His image would be to create our own means of self alteration through taking on some kind of avatar or fictionsuit, rather than miss the point and go deicidal.’
  • ‘However he does have a point about the Deicidal tendencies of materialist evolutionists.’
  • ‘In his early years as political agitator in Bavaria he frequently played on the deicidal myth and on his own messianic role as a militant Germanic saviour.’