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- adj. Above or beyond the mundane.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Being above the world; -- opposed to inframundane.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Being above the world; superior to the world or earthly things.
The mundane is becoming so much more supermundane . . . school, family, etc.
Black hilltops are as islands jutting out from a grey supermundane sea.
Under Plato Socratic teaching blossomed into a grandiose metaphysics, affirming the eternity of the soul and its supermundane destiny.
We are continually overshadowed by this supermundane existence.
I had just urged on him my theory that all those phenomena regarded as supermundane had emanated from a human brain; adducing the charm, or rather curse, we had found and destroyed in support of my philosophy.
The emphatic affirmation of a supermundane, spiritual order of reality and the equally emphatic assertion of the caducity of things material fitted in with the essentially Christian contention that spiritual interests are supreme.
This older idealism teaches, not that there is One-All, but that there is an alpha and omega, i.e. a supermundane Cause and End, of the world.
Three weeks after, you find that it was a clear voice from the supermundane, a high revelation.
Even Fielding was shaken out of his supermundane quietism.
Disciples, or the hidden and mystic gaze of the beloved and divinely sweet of the disciples, or the supermundane theology of Jesus; and implanted them in the holy and Godlike instructions of the mystic rites.
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