Definitions

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  • adj. Not mystical.

Etymologies

un- +‎ mystical (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • There, in the silence, Jean-Marc and I share the unmystical moment: holy unto itself.

    wine maker

  • Here was this soldier, who had faced war and its ugly realities open-eyed and fearless, picking, indeed, the most dangerous branch of service for his own, a modern if ever there was one, appreciative of most unmystical Broadway, and yet soberly and earnestly attesting to his belief in banshee, in shadowy people of the woods, and phantom harpers!

    The Moon Pool

  • Sir H. Vane, the younger, was one of our wisest men; and let my reader see if he, in his philosophical works, be half as unmystical as I am.

    Confessions of an English Opium-Eater

  • As mundane and unmystical as these longings of Eliza's may be, you never stop caring about whether she will fulfill them .... sensitive and witty.

    Bee Season: Summary and book reviews of Bee Season by Myla Goldberg.

  • Which was the "real" William James -- the drug-addled visionary who spouted meaningless mystical drivel, or the sober, unmystical psychologist whose researches brought him international fame?

    The Nitrous Oxide Philosopher

  • I leaped into the car at the head of a flying wedge of sinful, unmystical men, who knew nothing of infinite beauty and peace.

    Shandygaff

  • Here was this soldier, who had faced war and its ugly realities open-eyed and fearless, picking, indeed, the most dangerous branch of service for his own, a modern if ever there was one, appreciative of most unmystical Broadway, and yet soberly and earnestly attesting to his belief in ban-shee, in shadowy people of the woods, and phantom harpers!

    The Moon Pool

  • The old story of Eyes and No-Eyes is really the story of the mystical and unmystical types.

    Practical Mysticism

  • + (7) "The church to this unmystical author is no longer the bride or the body of Christ but God's building or rather familia dei, quite in the neo-Catholic style."

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 14: Simony-Tournon

  • No-Eyes is really the story of the mystical and unmystical types.

    Practical Mysticism A Little Book for Normal People

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