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- adv. In a spiritual manner; may refer to any of the senses of the adjective
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a spiritual manner; with purity of spirit; like a spirit.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a spiritual manner; without corporeal grossness, sensuality, or worldliness; with purity of spirit or heart.
- As a spirit; ethereally.
- In a spiritual sense.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a spiritual manner
One of my major possibly THE major moments in transitioning from Mormon to post-Mormon was realizing that I am what I term spiritually-deaf.
After President Bush visits these Mayan ruins this afternoon, some activists here locally in Guatemala are going to be what they call spiritually cleansing these ancient sites.
Though not what we call spiritually-minded, he was a man of a Christian temper.
Anyone who would like to join us spiritually is more than welcome to. .the intentions for the chaplet will be the safety of our military and any other personal intentions ..
This influence, psychologically and spiritually, is not erased even today, and common suffering has made it stronger.
The point of comparison spiritually is the need which Jonah, for the time being, had of the foliage of the gourd.
Ezekiel's appointment to be a watchman spiritually is far more solemn, as it is derived from God, not from the people.
"He that plougheth," spiritually, is the first planter of a church in a place (compare 1Co 3: 6, 9); "he that thresheth," the minister who tends a church already planted.
To see spiritually is a further step than to know; for by knowing we come to seeing by vivid realization and experimentally.
Oral teachings and traditions of ministers are to be tested by the written word (Ac 17: 11). dark -- The Greek implies squalid, having neither water nor light: such spiritually is the world without, and the smaller world (microcosm) within, the heart in its natural state.