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But side by side with them there runs a deeper and more mystic strain.

From the time he fell under Savonarola's wonderful power, the artist grew more and more mystic and morbid.

The power of conscience is shown in a more mystic figure called 'The Dweller in the Innermost'.

As soon as she was ready she stole out into the dim dawn, more mystic in the desert than moon-rise or moon-setting.

Every year of devotion to the feminine in fiction, compels a more fluid, yet more mystic handling.

Then a great procession escorted them to Meroe there to fulfill the more mystic parts of wedlock.

The writings of Mechthild of this later period are more mystic and visionary than those of earlier days.

In Devonshire, however, there was a more mystic use for rosemary in dispelling the charms of witches.