afflatus : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a strong creative impulse; divine inspiration
- Having come within one word (afflatus) of winning last year's Scripps-Howard National Spelling Bee, dark-haired Sandra Owen, 14, of Navarre, Ohio, had thought of practically .
- These hours of afflatus in the human spirit, the springs of art, are, in their mystery, akin to the epochs of history, when a race which for centuries has lived content, unknown .
- At conference's end, as the emotional afflatus of Churchill's oratory subsided, it was clear that Britain's Tories were still fumbling for a policy which would rally anti-Socialist .