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transcendent

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtranscendenttran‧scen‧dent /trænˈsendənt/ adjective formal  LIMIT#going far beyond ordinary limits the transcendent genius of Mozarttranscendently adverb
Examples from the Corpus
transcendentEntering the transcendent and feeling the beautiful ideas of creativity is to escape from the sad feelings of the child.The beauty of the flower is transcendent, and it has been a part of man's heritage since the beginning.However separate in appearance they may be, the individual, the universe, and transcendent divinity are essentially one.The Olympics are a transcendent event.Communities need absolutes, ideals of truths, transcendent sources of authority which are unchanged and unchangeable.Zeus is both like the world and transcendent to it.Ecstasy is the door into the transcendent world and the mystical ideas that send men into ecstasy are tickets for the journey.
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