semimystical

mystical

[mis-ti-kuhl]
adjective
1.
mystic; occult.
2.
of or pertaining to mystics or mysticism: mystical writings.
3.
spiritually symbolic.
4.
Rare. obscure in meaning; mysterious.

Origin:
1425–75; late Middle English. See mystic, -al1

mystically, adverb
mysticality, mysticalness, noun
antimystical, adjective
antimystically, adverb
antimysticalness, noun
hypermystical, adjective
hypermystically, adverb
hypermysticalness, noun
nonmystical, adjective
nonmystically, adverb
nonmysticalness, noun
semimystical, adjective
semimystically, adverb
semimysticalness, noun
unmystical, adjective
unmystically, adverb
unmysticalness, noun


1. See mysterious.
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mystical (ˈmɪstɪkəl)
 
adj
1.  relating to or characteristic of mysticism
2.  Christianity having a divine or sacred significance that surpasses natural human apprehension
3.  having occult or metaphysical significance, nature, or force
4.  a less common word for mysterious
 
'mystically
 
adv
 
'mysticalness
 
n

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mystical
late 15c., from mystic + -al. Related: Mystically.
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