What does the word Druidical mean?

    Part of speech: adjective

  • Of or pertaining to the druids. druidic.

Usage examples for Druidical

  1. About a mile from the cabin of old Hannah Updegrove, a weaver of rag carpet, she suddenly came upon two little creatures sitting at a tree- foot playing about one of those druidical- looking structures that the childhood of the man and the childhood of the race alike produce. – Judith of the Cumberlands by Alice MacGowan
  2. Two miles in a southerly direction is Duloe, where some upright stones have been conjectured to be portions of a druidical circle some twenty- eight feet in diameter. – The Cornish Riviera by Sidney Heath
  3. The preacher, bending forward over the rails of the platform, and fastening his eyes upon the abashed faces of those on the " anxious seat" beneath him, borrowed an effect of druidical mystery from the wall of blackness about him, from the flickering reflections on the branches far above, from the cool night air which stirred across the clearing. – The Damnation of Theron Ware by Harold Frederic