Afflatus


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Afflatus
ə-FLAY-dəsPart of speech: nounOrigin: Latin, mid 17th century
1(formal) A divine creative impulse or inspiration.
 
Examples of Afflatus in a sentence “The priest praised the afflatus of the craftsmen for the new stained glass window.” “The exhibit seems to lack the afflatus that draws in spectators.”