astral

[ as-truh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF astral

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ASTRAL

He is in the astral now, thought Jones, who said: "She will have a much prettier one."

There are many unpleasant, as well as pleasant, sights on the Astral Plane.

We shall see the part played by it in the astral colors as we proceed.

We shall see the part played by it in the astral colors, as we proceed.

Suppose it's all the work of an 'astral' who can't abide the light?

All of which Bottazzi would explain by his theory of an 'astral arm.'

We have not yet mastered the conditions of the astral camera.

It has to be created from the mental body, as the organ of the physical was from the astral.

This, the largest class of astral entities, is also much the most important to man.

With this class we conclude our survey of the inhabitants of the astral plane.

WORD ORIGIN

"pertaining to the stars," c.1600, from Late Latin astralis, from Latin astrum "star," from Greek astron (see astro-). Meaning "pertaining to supersensible substances" is from 1690s, popularized late 19c. in Theosophy.

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starry

adjectivepertaining to stars
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