(redirected from mystically)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia.
Related to mystically: heedlessly, vicariously, voluminously
References in periodicals archive ?
This is the fundamental proposition of Google, and the core of the mystically powerful 'Google algorithm'.
I believe the universe was and is made through the Word, this Word became flesh in the historical Jesus, and because he proclaimed the "Gospel of the kingdom of God, (which today can be understand to be the "Gospel of the governance of Trinitarian relationships"), he underwent a passion and death through which he evolved in a resurrected form to be embodied mystically in the church.
The early threat to a vital newborn is also mystically recounted in the Book of Revelation, when a dragon stalks a woman about to give birth, hoping to devour the promise of this new life before it can be fulfilled.
The Shaman - He has mystically magical powers and has a "unique relationship with the supernatural" and his favorite weapon to rip apart his enemies is the hatchet.
The abiding impression one gets from seeing El-Salahi's paintings is that of his ability to paint both spirit and form, to paint not only what he sees but mystically the very essence of what gives it life; be it a tree or the portrait of a person, he treats both with the same reverence and respect.
Several times I tried sneaking on old Bart, but he seemed mystically elusive, and as a novice bowhunter, I held little hope of ever getting a shot at him.
Virginia) has uncovered considerable evidence for an influx of more pietistic and mystically oriented evangelical religion, mostly from within the Anglican ranks.
Reem Island, Sadiyt Island and other offshore developments of Abu Dhabi appeared mystically beautiful.
Col who became mystically hysterical, was subdued and arrested by other colleagues, the Interior Ministry said in a statement this evening.
Nearly 3,000 limestone islands, called karsts, emerge mystically from the waters of the Gulf of Tonkin.
He came to despise traditional rabbinic methods of mystically interpreting the holy text such as gematria, the assignment of numerical value to the letters, the sort of thing that had fascinated an earlier generation of Christian Hebraists.
Ahead at 1,600 metres above sea level--a scattering of 11 barns and huts rises mystically from underneath a veil of mist, their rugged wooden facades glistening with morning dew.