### messianic

[,mesi'ænik]
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messianic 救星的

1831, from Modern Latin messianicus, from Messias (see messiah).
1. The cult leader saw himself as a Messianic figure.

2. The reforms were carried out with an almost messianic zeal.

3. The book proved such a success that the authors followed it up with "The Messianic Legacy".

4. The defeated radicals of the French Revolution were the first to have this messianic vision in 1794.
1794年法国大革命中失败的激进分子最先预见到了社会会发生根本改变。

5. He did so, moreover, with a nearly messianic fervor and aplomb.