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Definitions for transcendental
ˌtræn sɛnˈdɛn tl, -sən-tran·scen·den·tal
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nonnatural, otherworldly, preternatural, transcendentaladjective
existing outside of or not in accordance with nature
"find transcendental motives for sublunary action"-Aldous Huxley
of or characteristic of a system of philosophy emphasizing the intuitive and spiritual above the empirical and material
Concerned with the a priori or intuitive basis of knowledge, independent of experience.
Superior, surpassing all others.
Mystical or supernatural.
Of, or relating to a number that is not the root of any polynomial that has positive degree and rational coefficients.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Etymology: transcendentalis, low Lat.
Though the Deity perceiveth not pleasure nor pain, as we do; yet he must have a perfect and transcendental perception of these, and of all other things. Nehemiah Grew, Cosmol. b. ii.
The numerical value of transcendental in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of transcendental in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
Examples of transcendental in a Sentence
By transcending our daily reality and embarking on an alternative journey we create an opportunity to taste the many nitty-gritties of life. Going beyond the day-to-day contingencies and the usual concerns, allows us to recognize ourselves better by figuring out the mystery and the anonymity of our surrounding world. ("Transcendental journey")
The main object of a revolution is the liberation of man... not the interpretation and application of some transcendental ideology.
We thought it was brilliant, the voices and the production, the word that comes to mind is transcendental.
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