mystic

Part of speech: adjective

Secret; dark; bearing a hidden meaning.

Part of speech: noun

One who trusts to direct dlvine illumination of the soul, or relies chiefly upon meditation and intuition for the acquirement of truth.

Part of speech: adverb

Mysticaliy.

Part of speech: noun

Mysticism.

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Usage examples "mystic":

  1. As often as not, there was nothing to be done but drag the dead bodies from the surf; but sometimes the dead revived- some fair- haired, mystic foreigner from the northern seas, who came to and said, " T'ank you," and nothing else. - "The Last Hope", Henry Seton Merriman.
  2. I wanted joy; but Thou didst know for me That sorrow was the gift I needed most, And in its mystic depths I learned to see The Holy Ghost. - "Poems with Power to Strengthen the Soul", Various.
  3. As they began the steep, exhausting climb, the clouds suddenly broke and Mauwallauwin flooded the valley with his soft, mystic light. - "Spotted Deer", Elmer Gregor.