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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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mysticalmys‧tic‧al /ˈmɪstɪkəl/ ●○○ (also mystic) adjective [usually before noun]  1 Rinvolving religious, spiritual, or magical powers that people cannot understand music’s spiritual and mystical powers2 RRrelating to mysticism a mystic ritualmystically /-kli/ adverb
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mysticalDoes aesthetic art and mystical art and contemplative art offer alternatives to the horror and humiliation in which three-quarters of mankind lives?Few details of the mystical ceremony are known to the public.McCann's book is a story of violence, hidden rooms, and mystical happenings.If this was pragmatism, it was of a positively mystical kind.mystical poetryAgain, we should note the interdependence and mutual necessity of the main and minor channels of mystical power.Barry and me had an almost mystical rapport when it came to stuff like this.Over the next couple of hours, the sightings continue, with almost mystical similarity.The mystical spider woman teaches her to weave blankets.Popular Taoism repeatedly formed extremely hierarchical churches, and a series of more or less secret sects with anarchistic and mystical tendencies.
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