Choose the closest opposite meaning : She is indeed human.
a) universal b) devilish c) divine d) terrestrial
I'm confused between "devilish" and "divine". Can anyone tell me what is right one?
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You can immediately eliminate "universal" and "terrestrial." Neither is particularly pertinent to the state of being human or not human.
"Devilish" means being similar to a devil, but is frequently applied to humans.
That woman has a devilish grin.
Moreover, it usually has an implication of naughtiness rather than evil. No one skilled in English would write
Hitler was quite devilish when he ordered the construction of the death camps.
Thus, the best fit is divine, but it is not a synonym for "non-human."