Examples of supernatural in a Sentence
believes in ghosts, guardian angels, and other supernatural beings
he seems to read books with supernatural speed
Recent Examples of supernatural from the Web
It’s as though Lex Luthor dropped a supernatural force field onto the state to keep women as far away from political power as possible.
The team’s dominance undercuts the myth of the halcyon days of youth and its supernatural powers.
The crisp spookiness of autumn lends itself nicely to Stranger Things' supernatural narratives.
Similarly, Vandy Wood’s set design strikes a smart balance between reality and the supernatural.
The series centers on a mysterious hotel, The Last Stop Inn, situated on a lonely stretch of foreboding highway, where the unlucky guests who check in each week struggle to understand the supernatural events that unfold during their stay.
From the beginning, Bailey’s gifts as a lawyer appeared almost supernatural.
García Márquez attributed his fascination with the supernatural to his grandmother’s belief in ghosts, omen and portents.
Like Al Michaels asking about our faith in the supernatural, those words will ring for generations.
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Origin and Etymology of supernatural
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of supernatural for English Language Learners
: unable to be explained by science or the laws of nature : of, relating to, or seeming to come from magic, a god, etc.
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