Examples of supernatural in a Sentence
believes in ghosts, guardian angels, and other supernatural beings
he seems to read books with supernatural speed
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The scholar Stefan Ekman suggests one reason why that may be: a lot of the borders and boundaries around fantasy realms are dictated by natural or supernatural features and have to do with states of being rather than simple movement in space.
The actress, 28, who plays a medical student who embarks on a group near-death experience in this month’s supernatural thriller Flatliners, is feeling under the weather.
When Twilight author Stephenie Meyer first announced a new supernatural TV series in the works called The Rook, some wondered if this might be related, somehow, to her enormously popular vampire and werewolf romances.
The supernatural aspect, combined with the scope and demands of the role, have led some actors to struggle with portraying Hamlet in past productions.
Rosemary's Baby (July 1) Mia Farrow is an expectant mother who finds that her baby is of special interest to the various people living in her New York City apartment building in Roman Polanski's 1968 supernatural thriller.
The Void (July 6) Taking inspiration from various '80s B-movies, Steven Kostanski and Jeremy Gillespie's horror film depicts the supernatural ordeal suffered by a group of people who wind up trapped in a hospital by hooded cult members.
Though the direwolves have been somewhat sidelined or killed off prematurely in the HBO adaptation, their supernatural link with the Stark kids is massively important in the novels.
So we're left with the arresting question of whether Macbeth is the plaything of malevolent supernatural forces, or if his own inability to reflect until too late upon the moral dimensions of his bloody deeds drives the action.
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Origin and Etymology of supernatural
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
Synonymsmetaphysical, otherworldly, paranormal, preternatural, transcendent, transcendental, unearthly
Related Wordsmystic, mystical, occult, psychic (also psychical), spiritistic, spiritualistic; extrasensory, supersensible, supersensory; celestial, divine, ethereal, heavenly, numinous, spiritual, unworldly
Near Antonymsearthly, mundane
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