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Definition of Mantric
1. mantra [adj] - See also: mantra
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mantric
Literary usage of Mantric
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Tennyson an Occultist: As His Writings Prove by Alfred Percy Sinnett (1920)
"In "The Lotus Eaters" thought is so appropriately blended with sound that the mantric value of the sound is less apparent, but with attention one can trace ..."
2. The Theosophist by Theosophical Society (Madras, India) (1900)
"There is also an antecedent condition to a person who aspires to mantric practices. The worshipper ought to be devout and pure ; nnd the secret ..."
3. The Atharvaveda by Maurice Bloomfield (1899)
"... appears still more frequently in the popular Vedic collection of the AV., and is the regular form of the post-mantric language; nor, consequently, ..."
4. Face to Face by Jeff W. O'Connell, Gabrielle Warnock (2000)
"... to their own world, they also open out wholeheartedly to other worlds... they vibrate in the memory with a profoundly mantric quality. ..."