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Definition of Supernally
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Literary usage of Supernally
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1. Man an Organic Community: Being an Exposition of the Law that the Human by John H. King (1893)
"The perception of transformed shapes and the transfer of members and attributes. 2. supernally exalted powers over space, time, and substance. 3. ..."
2. Select Works of Porphyry: Containing His Four Books On Abstinence from by Porphyry, Thomas Taylor (1823)
"But Boreas is the providence of the Gods, supernally illuminating secondary natures. ... Such a soul, therefore, is ravished by Boreas supernally blowing. ..."
3. The Mystical Hymns of Orpheus by Orpheus, Thomas Taylor (1896)
"The paternal cause originates supernally from the intelligible and occult ... The intellectual order of the gods, therefore, is supernally bounded by the ..."
4. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1891)
"... and to be so supernally rational that even cause seems but an altar to an unknown deeper connection ; we realize with sadness and regret how remote from ..."
5. A Guide to the Best Fiction in English by William Winter, George Saintsbury, Ernest Albert Baker (1913)
"mations concerning it that are couched in the most extravagant language, as if it were something heaven- born, sacrosanct, and supernally illustrious, ..."
6. The Works of Thomas Carlyle: (complete). by Thomas Carlyle (1897)
"... in voice supernally discordant, like Lions worrying Bulls of Bashan, began : — " Sniff not, Dame de Lamotte; tremble, thou foul Circe- Megaera; ..."