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Word: mystic

Definition: of hidden meaning and spiritual power; Ex. mystic ceremonies; N. CF. mysticism

Sentences Containing 'mystic'

" Never-Ending is a power metal album by German group Mystic Prophecy, released in October 2004.
"His full lips moved soundlessly, as he stared, like some Eastern mystic, at a space beyond our mortal sphere, looking without but seeing within."
'I think so,' murmured the Provincial Mayor; and, knitting his brows, he lapsed into an introspective state, his lips moving as one who repeats mystic words.
A day later, however, he returns to attack Elektra again after recovering from his wounds using meditation and mystic ointments.
And all this mixes with your most mystic mood; so that fact and fancy, half-way meeting, interpenetrate, and form one seamless whole.
Anna von Munzingen was a German mystic of the 14th century.
As a servant of Set she may also possess certain skills as a mystic.
At some point, Xavier took David to Merzah the Mystic to help him control his vast powers.
During his NFL career, he also helped the Mystic River Rugby Club reach the national finals.
Gopeshwar is located at . It has an average elevation of . Gopeshwar is said to be able to captivate any visitor with its mystic charm and pristine beauty.
Hadi Sabzavari () or Hajj Molla Hadi Sabzavari (1797–1873) was a famous Iranian philosopher, mystic theologian and poet.
He also wrote rough outlines for "The Big Money," "Mystic Rhythms" and "Marathon".
He defeated Mogul of the Mystic Mountain; during this adventure he operated on his own for a while, trying to use his charm to elicit information from beauteous adversaries.
He drew on a number of sources to shape and inform this series, including the Hudson River School and the mystic Emanuel Swedenborg.
He emigrated to the United States as a young man—apparently after receiving a mystic text from a gypsy.
He has an implied mystic link of some sort to John the Baptist, and much of his personal philosophy can be traced to a "primitive", Gospel-based, Christianity.
He later became a Muslim ascetic and mystic poet.
His The Persian Mystics is a rendering into English of the sayings of the mystic Abdullah Ansari (1005-1090) of Herat.
Hollingsworth plays guitar with Bright Eyes' Conor Oberst on his latest project, Conor Oberst and the Mystic Valley Band.
However as war breaks out, Rasputin's enemies see him as a cause and plot fatal revenge against the Russian mystic.
In 1974, Maynard and Fannie Sundman purchased a long-time rival, the Mystic Stamp Company of Camden, New York.
In fact the song deals with mystic or transcendental experiences as she explains in an interview in 2007.
It is rumored to be located near Mystic Drive in Muskego, WI.
It was during the 1970s that Usha was initiated into the order of Zen mystic, Osho, an Indian guru.
It was in that tiny chapel that the great mystic Simone Weil first felt compelled to kneel down and pray.
Jakob Lorber (22 July 1800 – 24 August 1864) was a Christian mystic and visionary from the Duchy of Styria, who promoted liberal Universalism.
Just in time, Aknaton uses his mystic powers to encase himself and Vanth in a bubble of force and throw them into intergalactic space.
Kabir, the 15th Century mystic poet, is buried in Maghar.
Lesiëm released its debut album, "Mystic, Spirit, Voices", in 2000.
Like those mystic rocks, too, the mystic-marked whale remains undecipherable.
Lying in strange folds, courses, and convolutions, to their apprehensions, it seems more in keeping with the idea of his general might to regard that mystic part of him as the seat of his intelligence.
Mystic poets like Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai were the product of this period.
Strange goes on a mystic journey and succeeds in rescuing Lake.
Swami Akhandananda (1864–1937) was a direct disciple of Ramakrishna Paramahamsa, a 19th-century mystic.
The additional deaths in turn releases even more mystic energy in a vicious cycle.
The book was completed in 1868 and it deals with concepts of illuminative wisdom (ešrāq) and peripatetic philosophy, and is rich in intuitive and mystic insights.
The club then hired its first coach, Jay Dacey of the Mystic River Rugby Club.
The Dakota name for the river is Watpa waḳaŋ (Spirit(ual)/Mystic River), after Mille Lacs Lake ("Mde waḳaŋ", Spirit(ual)/Mystic Lake).
The Parker House is a historic house at 180 Mystic Valley Parkway in Winchester, Massachusetts.
The series also focuses on the lives of Elena's friends and other inhabitants of the fictional town of Mystic Falls, Virginia.
The three mates quailed before his strong, sustained, and mystic aspect.
This caused the death of Merzah the Mystic and many others.
This event became known as the Mystic massacre.
thou Chilian whale, marked like an old tortoise with mystic hieroglyphics upon the back!
Two of his better-known roles to date are that of Ozul in "Maddigan's Quest", and the voice of Sculpin in "Power Rangers: Mystic Force".
Ustad Daman (real name Chiragh Deen) (September 1911 - December 3, 1984) was a Punjabi poet and mystic.
Vampire Intelligences are, however, much weaker than their brethren in terms of both mystic might and damage capacity.
Within a year, he and his wife, also German, moved to western Pennsylvania, where Keil gained a reputation as a mystic and healer.
Yardley was raised as an agriculturist, but associated with the mystic religious community in Renaissance England called the Family of Love.
``Then,''said Villefort, more and more amazed, and really supposing he was speaking to a mystic or a madman,``you consider yourself as one of those extraordinary beings whom you have mentioned?''

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