American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Being above the threshold of consciousness or of sensation. Used of stimuli.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In psychophysics, lying above the stimulus limen or differential limen; more than just noticeable.
- In psychical research, lying above the subliminal; pertaining to or characterized by clear or normal consciousness.
- supra- + liminal (Wiktionary)
“The world is filled with supraliminal and subliminal product placement -- whether that product is a commodity, a politician, an ideology, or a policy.”
“And all of the little messages, subliminal and supraliminal, that I've been pinging them with since day one are either having their effect, or not.”
“So the super-existentialist Sri Aurobindo, manifests a supra-normal familiarity with the intensities of our subliminal and supraliminal being.”
“Not subliminal and sinister, and not supraliminal and invading but just liminal”
“She also used the intriguing word 'liminal' meaning barely perceptible subliminal - imperceptible liminal - barely perceptible supraliminal - in your face”
“Also, successive subliminal degrees of inhibition can by temporal overlap sum to supraliminal degree.”
“The area A E B shows the condition in which all sorts of confusion may occur, incidental to the infusion of controls, and this confusion will vary with the relation with the supraliminal and subliminal action of the mind.”
“The meaning of a supraliminal image must be discovered in its relation to the subliminal ideas clustering around it.”
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