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  • adj. Alternative form of supernatural.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Supernatural.


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  • Have you ever wondered why some successful people tend to have some 'supranatural' ability to spring back even when the worst happens to them?

    Planet Terasi

  • Whether guided by a divine intelligence, as Kudra suggested, or inspired in some supranatural fashion by the absent Bandaloop doctors (maybe the Bandaloop were agents of a divine intelligence), or simply informed by their own intuition, she and Alobar devised, during their residency in the caves, a program based upon the four elements: air, water, earth, and fire.

    La insistencia de Jürgen Fauth

  • The family is not only the building block of society, that is a fundamental unit in the natural order, but also the building block of the supranatural order, that is the Church.

    The Home as a Spiritual Center

  • Each of these hints at something romantic or supranatural, suggests that dreams may turn out to be real and reality merely a dream.


  • Exerciţiul este, cu siguranţă metafizic, ci şi orice aspect supranatural rămâne în întregime discutabil. »2004» November

  • Cardurile Visa au fost foarte eficiente, consiliere aparent supranaturală în oportunitatea acesteia. cărţi de tarot sunt retrogradate la acel tărâm din New Age misticismului care include rune, cristale, vedere la distanţă, astrologie şi alte practici oculte, dar cărţi de tarot aparent capacitatea de a vorbi cu cei care au citit ei nu este un fenomen supranatural, ci o psihologic unul. »2004» November

  • Universitatea Google Code - Google Code ideotwittering ideonexus: Credinţa în supranatural reflectă un eşec al imaginaţiei. »2004» November

  • Link-uri ideotwittering ideonexus: Credinţa în supranatural reflectă un eşec al imaginaţiei. »2002» September

  • It is that the figures of the supranatural gods arose from a process in the human mind similar to that which the photographer adopts when by photographing a number of faces on the same plate, and so superposing their images on one another, he produces a so-called "composite" photograph or image.

    Pagan and Christian creeds: their origin and meaning

  • The root of the mystic imagination consists of a tendency to incarnate the ideal in the sensible, to discover a hidden "idea" in every material phenomenon or occurrence, to suppose in things a supranatural principle that reveals itself to whoever may penetrate to it.

    Essai sur l'imagination créatrice. English


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