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  • adv. In a supernatural manner.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. In a supernatural manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a supernatural manner; in a manner exceeding the established course or laws of nature.

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  • adv. in a supernatural manner


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supernatural +‎ -ly


  • The big thrust was on the topic of contemplation, mysticism, and a mind-expanding experiment that would lead him to conclude that both “mescaline” and the controversial drug “lysergic acid” LSD were “drugs of distinction” which should be exploited for what he referred to as their supernaturally “brilliant visionary experience”.

    Aldous Huxley…on mescaline! “Doors of Perception” open… « Julian Ayrs & Pop Culture

  • I think there are two approaches that I would want to differentiate, one being the claims to know that God did something "supernaturally" without explaining how they know this or what it means to claim God acted; the other is the claim by mystics to have perceived a transcendent divine reality that is ineffable.

    Around the Blogosphere

  • Thinking about God logical reasoning, book study, learning biblical history, doctrine, etc. was to be preferred over experiencing him emotionally and supernaturally which is wild, spontaneous, and unpredictable.

    OC Pilgrimage, Station 08: Azusa Street. | Mind on Fire

  • However, suppose the laws of nature are regarded as non-universal or incomplete in the sense that while they cover natural events, they do not cover, and are not intended to cover, nonnatural events such as supernaturally caused events if there are or could be any.


  • When I first surrendered to Gods call to be a minister, I thought ministry would just kind of supernaturally happen.

    The God of Yes

  • People believe the illusion that churches are somehow "safety zones" where bad people will "supernaturally" respect a prohibition of guns in churches. - News

  • "God has just kind of supernaturally blessed our business," he says.


  • Sveto claimed to have travelled "supernaturally" in a winnowing basket (rusero) from a Murehwa village to kill her brother-in-law but was caught at a Highfield house, leading to her arrest. patrick767: She's mentally ill, but it's not like they can afford or have access to psychiatric treatment.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Buzz

  • We do have the High Tech Science, to Know Humans can Reproduce 'supernaturally', Perfect Humans like the Gods in our Human Image did, in Genesis.

    Bill's 'Faith Matters' Weblog

  • In this supernaturally beautiful setting, the lake was as still as a mirror with the moon and starlit sky above.

    A Stitch Before Dying


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