Part of speech: adjective
Origin: Greek, early 17th century
Describing a powerful creative force or being.
Examples of Demiurgic in a sentence
"When she's in her studio, she's a demiurgic force."
"I meditate before I work to try to access a demiurgic state."
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Demiurgic is thought to have originated from the Greek word "dēmiourgós," or "skilled worker."
Did you Know?
While demiurgic describes a powerful creative force or state of being, a demiurge is a creative entity — such as an artisan or craftsman. One notable demiurge is the Greek god Hephaestus, who was a talented blacksmith known as the god of the forge.