supernal

[ soo-pur-nl ]SEE DEFINITION OF supernal

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SUPERNAL

Daniel, however, of the captive race, revealed it by supernal influence.

The huge brain was alert now, with a supernal sense of keening.

She is the Moon nourished by the milk of the Supernal Mother.

He led him to the inn when He joined him to the supernal Church.

The glamour of love invested sky and earth with supernal glory.

Temporarily absent from the body, I soared in a supernal visit.

This supernal experience was pierced by a shout from a definite locale.

Was it a storm brewing, or had some supernal madness touched the night?

What forces, intangible, supernal, were at work here no man can tell.

He no more searched the skies to find a supernal finger there.

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