Synonyms and Antonyms of transcendent
1 of, relating to, or being part of a reality beyond the observable physical universe <a firm belief in angels, demons, and other transcendent beings> Synonyms metaphysical, otherworldly, paranormal, preternatural, supernatural, transcendental, unearthlyRelated Words mystic, mystical, occult, psychic (also psychical), spiritistic, spiritualistic; extrasensory, supersensible, supersensory; celestial, divine, ethereal, heavenly, numinous, spiritual, unworldlyNear Antonyms earthly, mundaneAntonyms natural
2 being so extraordinary or abnormal as to suggest powers which violate the laws of nature <the star player's transcendent performance helped the team to a surprise victory> Synonyms magical, miraculous, phenomenal, preternatural, superhuman, supernormal, supernatural, transcendental, uncanny, unearthlyRelated Words bizarre, curious, eerie (also eery), far-out, funny, grotesque, kinky, outlandish, out-of-the-way, outrageous, outré, peculiar, quaint, queer, queerish, quirky, remarkable, screwy, strange, wacky (also whacky), way-out, weird, wild; baffling, bewildering, confounding, mystifying, perplexing, puzzling, shocking; aberrant, atypical, fantastic (also fantastical), flaky, freak, freakish, idiosyncratic, marvelous (or marvellous), prodigious, rare, singular, uncommon, unique, unnatural, unusual, unwonted; unconventional, uncustomary, unorthodox; conspicuous, notable, noticeable, outstanding, prominent, salient, strikingNear Antonyms average, commonplace, everyday, garden, ordinary, prosaic, routine, run-of-the-mill, typical, unexceptional, unremarkable, usual, workaday; expected, familiar, predictable; common, customary, frequent, habitual, regular, wonted
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