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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If the creator of the universe is supernatural—outside of space and time and nature's laws—then by definition, no natural science can discover God through any measurements made by natural instruments.
There are health-care conventions, and gatherings of tattoo connoisseurs, and conventions for people who believe in the supernatural, and conventions for people who merely love their cats.
There is nothing supernatural, nothing especially out of the ordinary, about the force that terrorizes Miriam Besson (Léa Drucker) and her children.
Except here the plug gets pulled on the supernatural, with all the gloppy glue and nuts and bolts exposed.
The trailer is pushing the spiritual and inspiration over the supernatural, which is absolutely a choice.
Both movies have cracked the top 10 movies at the box office, ranking an 85-year-old justice and a deceased Presbyterian minister in multiplexes alongside Spandexed superheroes and supernatural thrillers.
Part love story, part supernatural thriller and completely engrossing.
Which brings us back to the ending: All of a sudden, a story about Annie's nose-dive into the darkest depths of her mind pivots into the supernatural, in a climax so gory as to rival any horror film that has come before it.
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SUPERNATURAL Defined for English Language Learners
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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