from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Lower than celestial; terrestrial.
- adj. Mundane.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Beneath the heavens.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Being beneath the heavens.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Being beneath the heavens.
What are Canadian Anglicans doing to avoid subcelestial hellfire?
Mollie, please write to me again, even before I write you a full answer; be assured it will be welcomed even next to your own beloved presence, which is sweeter, more blessed to me, than all other subcelestial considerations, Young.
Flood and drought are the work of yin and yang in the subcelestial realm.
As a result, throughout the subcelestial realm there was internal harmony and families were regulated.
Just as he integrated other aspects of China to build his empire, so the First Emperor consolidated the harems of the conquered rulers to form a seraglio worthy of the lord of the subcelestial realm.
Evidently because in his heart the subcelestial spirits of evil are working, instigating men to every wickedness, and breathing evil and destruction upon all and everything.
Thou teachest "my hands to war and my fingers to fight"  against the invisible enemies of my salvation and blessedness; against the enemies of holiness and of the power of Thy glory; against the subcelestial spirits of evil.
Learning], reads: "The ancients who wished to illuminate their enlightened virtue in the subcelestial realm first governed well their states.
"Zhong yong" [omission: Chinese characters] [Doctrine of the Mean]: "There are five universal relationships in the subcelestial realm ....