Definition of Christlike in English:

Christlike

Pronunciation /ˈkrīs(t)ˌlīk/ /ˈkraɪs(t)ˌlaɪk/

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adjective

See Christ

‘The deaths of Ned and Jimmy highlight the book's pervasive religious elements, for both characters are depicted as Christlike figures, men whose blood is shed to redeem their people.’
  • ‘Christianity can sometimes be a word that means nothing, unless you live your life in a Christlike fashion.’
  • ‘He was very noble in his bearing, almost Christlike, but with an accessible persona that brought to mind the universal acceptance of George Washington as the father of our country.’
  • ‘Harper's desire was to awaken in her readers ‘a stronger sense of justice and a more Christlike humanity in behalf of those whom the fortunes of war threw, homeless, ignorant and poor, upon the threshold of a new era’.’
  • ‘Ample opportunities exist for physicians, nurses, and therapists to embody Christlike concern for their patients, treating them as suffering people who bear the image of God-not as scientific experiments or bureaucratic cases.’