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- adj. Of or pertaining to an apparition or apparitions; ghostly; immaterial; spectral.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Pertaining to an apparition or to apparitions; spectral.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Kesembling an apparition; having the nature of a phantom: spectral.
- Capable of appearing; endowed with materializing qualities.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. resembling or characteristic of a phantom
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He summoned them before him in apparitional procession: Bernard Higginbotham arm in arm with Mr. Butler,
The long darks, the growings of nebulous lights, and the fluttering apparitional selves that dawned through the growing light!
The emptiness of the space which he had expected to see occupied, was appalling, and he shrank down, sick and dizzy with the baffling apparitional past that thus vexed his consciousness.
That is, matter manifests itself in form, and form is apparitional.
Form is apparitional and passes, as passed the physical forms of the Lady Om and Chong Mong-ju.
Mainstay Philip Glass and regulars Laurie Anderson and Lou Reed will be joined by the apparitional downtown vocalist Antony Hegarty , as well as Dechen Shak-Dagsay, a noted singer of Tibetan Buddhist songs.
It continued to exist, and, in its next incarnation, became the residing spirit of that apparitional body known as Darrell Standing's which soon is to be taken out and hanged and sent into the nothingness whither all apparitions go.
The form that was Jesse Fancher, the body that was his, being matter and apparitional, like an apparition passed and was not.
I mean, you know, the - I just - one of the things I like about poetry is that the poets make - they're like apparitional figures.
Life — exploits the confrontation with thought and feeling for all it's worth, an exploitation that subsequent years and thinkers will take in unimagined and unthinkable ways, in order to make all kinds of cultural profit, yet also to confront the incommensurability of thought itself, the place where our embodied experience of the world becomes the site of an uncanny, traumatic, apparitional encounter.