- adj. involving or relating to three dimensions or aspects; giving the illusion of depth
“Dr. Silver had just explained that the invisible man appeared and disappeared at will, just as the third-dimensional hyperbeing appeared and disappeared in flatland.”
“And to think Shue and Dreyfuss could be upstaged not only by third-dimensional fish, but a porn star who, as the article says, starred in Naked Aces 5 is slightly bonkers and all filled with boundless possibilities for hilarity.”
“Look here – designer Jed Heuer has you covered with an amazing design project – MOTHBALLS for you, describing in a third-dimensional way the main ingredient.”
“Extending this metaphor, we can say that half of the body is in this third-dimensional world, and half is in a higher-level dimension.”
“If you have a low level of perception—that is, if you base your perceptions on only the physical, third-dimensional world—you will miss opportunities and remain stuck where you are.”
“Under more harmonious conditions, third-dimensional populations would be thriving in Eden-type environments on Venus, Mars, Maldek, and Earth.”
“Although physically bound to Earth by laws applicable to third-dimensional reality, when traveling in the dream body, humans are subject to laws governing fourth-dimensional astral worlds.”
“We know of your struggles and how, from a third-dimensional perspective, it appears that very little has been accomplished in restoring environmental vitality and establishing lasting peace on Earth.”
“Like humans, animals—and to some extent plants-must assert territorial boundaries, regularly kill other sentient beings to obtain sustenance, and periodically defend life and limb, for these things are necessary to sustain third-dimensional life.”
“It should be understood that the physiology of a third-dimensional brain is in danger of neural burnout until such time as the host body has readjusted its cellular and DNA components to a more refined vibration.”
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