nonterrestrial love


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  • adj. Not terrestrial.


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non- +‎ terrestrial


  • The arrival of the Unknown Superiors marked the introduction of an important new element into European esotericism, which was to develop into the idea of orders being under the guidance of spiritual or nonterrestrial entities rather than anonymous human beings—this notion eventually became more or less indispensable to magical orders.

    The Sion Revelation

  • There exists no doubt the rock, formed 190 million years ago, exhibits nonterrestrial nickel ratios and contains dozens of confirmed fossils whose formation is also dated at 190 million years.

    Deception Point

  • One of the walls held a surrealistic painting by Rob Schouten of improbably balanced rocks in a nonterrestrial tide pool.

    Perseus Spur

  • Unlike Navy men, who were trained to adapt to nonterrestrial diurnal periods by juggling watches, the Embassy civilians split Merseia's rotation time into two short, complete "days."

    Ensign Flandry

  • These landing sites are the first, fragile relics left by actual humans on a nonterrestrial body.

    NYT > Home Page

  • It's also important to remember that the legislation has rate caps for small and nonterrestrial stations, which we hear will cover 75 percent-80 percent of all stations.


  • He snatched the chest, noting its contents in one lustful glance " strange curiously-shapen stones that burned with an icy, nonterrestrial fire.

    The Conquering Sword of Conan


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