Meaning of uncreated in English:


Pronunciation /ʌnkriːˈeɪtɪd/


  • Not yet created, or existing without having been created.

    ‘the uncreated, eternal light’
    • ‘a mere blueprint, uncreated until he reimagined it’
    • ‘The iconic faces are earthen masks softly manifesting a light from within, with distinct final strokes representing the enlivening action of uncreated grace.’
    • ‘An especially appealing perception of the place came from Cher, who believed that the faces were natural, uncreated formations.’
    • ‘Edwards also thought that ‘nothing has existence anywhere else… but either in created or uncreated consciousness.’’
    • ‘He comes to recognize that his spirit is itself uncreated.’
    • ‘He spoke of something wholly divine and uncreated in the human soul.’
    • ‘He was an orthodox Aristotelian in his view of the cosmos as unique, uncreated, and geocentric.’