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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MORE MYSTICAL

You grow more and more mystical every day, said her husband pensively.

Angelico's conception of the same subject is higher and more mystical.

But there is another story, more mystical, more beautiful, which belongs to the scene upon which we are looking.

No more ethical foolery; no more pragmatic insolence; no more mystical rhetoric.

He has become at once more practical and more mystical than a party programme permits one to be.

As soon as she came into the sacristy, which was even more archaic and more mystical than the church itself, she regretted it.

She was more nearly allied in thought to Voysey and Professor Clifford than to the more mystical unbelievers.

In his more mystical moments of later life he rose to the secret belief that God had spoken to him.

Among the earliest Greek philosophers, the Ionians were more scientific and the Sicilians more mystical.

The schoolmaster found it necessary to be more mystical and weird in his dealings with this second party than with the first.

WORD ORIGIN

late 15c., "enigmatic, obscure, symbolic," from mystic + -al (1). Related: Mystically. Meaning "having spiritual significance" is from 1520s.

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