Definition of Transmundane

1. Adjective. Existing or extending beyond the physical world. "Whatever of transmundane...insight...we may carry"

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Definition of Transmundane

1. Adjective. Occurring beyond the physical world ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Transmundane

transmitter
transmitters
transmittible
transmitting
transmitting aerial
transmogrification
transmogrifications
transmogrified
transmogrifies
transmogrify
transmogrifying
transmon
transmons
transmontane
transmountain
transmundane (current term)
transmural
transmural care
transmural myocardial infarction
transmural pressure
transmutability
transmutable
transmutant
transmutation
transmutationist
transmutationists
transmutations
transmutative
transmute
transmuted

Literary usage of Transmundane

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1. Statutes of the Province of Canada by Canada (1859)
"C. An Act to incorporate the transmundane Telegraph Company. [Assented to 4th May, 1859.] munication should he established from this Province westward by ..."

2. Monism and Meliorism: A Philosophical Essay on Causality and Ethics by Paul Carus (1885)
"The dogmatist says : " There is some transmundane power that has arranged the world to accomplish some ends or purposes" (the Greek word is re\o?, ..."

3. The Widow's Mite and Other Psychic Phenomena by Isaac Kaufman Funk (1911)
"The wide range of simple mind-reading, in case of Hodgson with Mrs. Peper, seems more of a miracle than extra or transmundane communication. ..."

4. The Varieties of Religious Experience: A Study in Human Nature by William James (1902)
"At these places at least, I say, it would seem as though transmundane energies, God, if you will, produced immediate effects within the natural world to ..."

5. Adolescence: Its Psychology and Its Relations to Physiology, Anthropology by Granville Stanley Hall (1904)
"... telepathy, or transmundane irruption, and their interest in the soul is both impelled and guided by the imperious question of its survival after death, ..."

6. Talks to Teachers on Psychology: And to Students on Some of Life's Ideals by William James (1900)
"Whatever of transmundane metaphysical insight or of practically inapplicable aesthetic perception or ethical sentiment we may carry in our interiors might ..."

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