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  • v. To make supernatural; to place a supernatural interpretation upon.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • transitive v. To treat or regard as supernatural.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To treat or consider as belonging or pertaining to a supernatural state; elevate into the region or the supernatural; render supernatural.


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supernatural +‎ -ize


  • I perceive that Joy and Stunney (plus a few others here) have a tendency to want to supernaturalize science.

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  • Joy, your attempts to supernaturalize fundamental science are a splendind example of the kind of fluffy thinking that pervades pro-ID advocacy.

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  • The transition of races; in the future the Saxon will supernaturalize the natural, the Latin-Celts will naturalize the supernatural.

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  • With those tears, those burning manly tears, you can purify your past and supernaturalize your present life "(St. J. Escriva," The Way ", 216).

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