mystical[ mis-ti-kuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF mystical
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MYSTICAL
He spoke contemptuously of the mystical high-flown speeches.
What he had to give was not mystical or abstract; it was purely concrete.
He had arrived to regard them as his own by a sort of mystical persuasion.
The third degree of the mystical hierarchy was that of "soldier" (miles).
Such are the means by which the mystical cults earn their laurels.
Select the lines in which the mystical element is most strongly marked.
But humanity as a whole is changeful, mystical, fickle, delightful.
As a girl she had been mystical and devout; so Daphne had heard.
Mystical knowledge is thus an actual event in the cosmic process.
The very word “mystical” is a word of reproach in the mouth of the world.