thaumaturgic

[ thaw-muh-tur-jik ]SEE DEFINITION OF thaumaturgic

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Suppose, for the sake of argument, we are concerned with a case of thaumaturgic healing.

And never expect, never believe in, thaumaturgic conversions.

The thaumaturgic phases of mythology are the embryonic stages of philosophy, science being the fully developed form.

In this the success of the young apostle was marvellously aided by his thaumaturgic development.

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