preternatural[ pree-ter-nach-er-uhl, -nach-ruhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF preternatural
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PRETERNATURAL
In this undertaking he manifests a preternatural astuteness.
Even my preternatural eagerness could not discern who they were!
He was speaking in a deadened voice which had yet a preternatural distinctness.
And so Ormiston felt, as he stood eyeing it with preternatural gravity.
Daddy hunted about with a look of preternatural sagacity about him.
As to the preternatural gifts of these hags, he sensibly argues: 'Alas!
She saw, with preternatural insight, into its nooks and corners.
On entering, I was struck with his preternatural appearance.
Metaphysical is here used in the sense of spiritual or preternatural.
In this case man must be supernatural, and preternatural as well.