extra-mundane[ ek-struh-muhn-deyn, -muhn-deyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF extra-mundane
Synonyms for extra-mundane
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXTRA-MUNDANE
Extra-mundane smoke and smoke from cities merge, or both would manifest in black precipitations in rain.
With that conclusion to serve as a stay and a belief, a philosophy of conduct, he returned from the extra-mundane to the world.
During the middle ages truth had seemed to descend as by a sort of inspiration upon man from an extra-mundane God.
Ahimsa truly understood is in my humble opinion a panacea for all evils mundane and extra-mundane.
God is reinterpreted, and in place of an extra-mundane creator is an omnipresent life and power.
We have seen that he rejects the extra-mundane God of Semitic derivation, adopted by historical Christianity.