Definition of Transcendentally

1. Adverb. In a transcendental way or to a transcendental extent.

Partainyms: Transcendental



Definition of Transcendentally

1. adv. In a transcendental manner.

Definition of Transcendentally

1. Adverb. In a transcendental manner. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Transcendentally

transcendental idealism
transcendental meditation
transcendental number
transcendental numbers
transcendental philosophy
transcendental realism
transcendentalism
transcendentalist
transcendentalists
transcendentalities
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transcendentalized
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transcendentally (current term)
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transcervical fracture
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transchelation
transchromosomal

Literary usage of Transcendentally

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1. Evenings with Jesus: A Series of Devotional Readings for the Closet and the by William Jay (1857)
"... where we are furnished with illustrations and pledges thereof in a risen and glorified Saviour ? How transcendentally glorious, with what ..."

2. Bhagavad-Gita as It is: With the Original Sanskrit Text, Roman by A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada (1989)
"Thus transcendentally situated, the devotee becomes automatically free. ... The next question concerns the dealings of a transcendentally situated person. ..."

3. The Problem of Knowledge by Douglas Clyde Macintosh (1915)
"But none the less it is regarded by Kant as transcendentally real. If neo-Kantianism, ie Kantianism without the thing- things in themselves, which, ..."

4. Dictionary of Sects, Heresies, Ecclesiastical Parties, and Schools of by John Henry Blunt (1874)
"In the first case the effect is contained formally in the cause, in the latter transcendentally (eminenter). "Cogito ergo sum" is not clearer as an axiom ..."

5. Psychological Review by American Psychological Association (1907)
"Hence, space must be transcendentally ideal though empirically real — I shall reply, it may be both transcendentally real and empirically real. ..."

6. The Complete Works of Count Tolstoy by Leo Tolstoy (1904)
"... serves as something transcendentally beautiful the piece of beef which no one would eat, if it were seen in the dirty kitchen; even thus Anna ..."

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