Examples of transcendence in a Sentence
makes a case for the transcendence of Louis Armstrong's contributions to the field of jazz
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This tender constellation is associated with kindness, compassion, and karmic transcendence, so when amorous Venus glides into Pisces, expect a showering of affection in your life.
Very few moments in our culture actually achieve transcendence.
Yet unlike, say, sports or religion, rock ‘n’ roll — which also aims for transcendence, and dominated a good chunk of the 20th century — remains woefully underexplored on stage.
Young’s transcendence has drowned out other individual feats of brilliance around the country, but they shouldn’t be ignored altogether.
Performing at Subculture at 1 a.m., the saxophonist and pianist Vijay Iyer will likely present some material from his 2017 album Transient Takes — proof of the transcendence of each artist’s improvisation beyond generation or genre.
And no matter who wins, during the game there will be glimpses of bliss: the transcendence of total absorption, of forgetting everything but the 10 yards.
Themes explored include the triumph of light over darkness, the nature of reality and the mind, and the mystical nature of creativity and transcendence, Bringi said.
Participants claimed making music fostered social connection, cognitive stimulation, mental health, enjoyment, and transcendence.
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First Known Use of transcendence
Synonymsdistinction, dominance, noteworthiness, paramountcy, preeminence, preponderance, preponderancy, prepotency, prestigiousness, primacy, superiority, supremacy, eminence
Related Wordscelebrity, fame, famousness, glory, honor, kudos, renown, reputation, repute; megastardom, stardom, superstardom; greatness, illustriousness, nobleness, notableness; ascendance (also ascendence), ascendancy (also ascendency), authority, domination, dominion; influence, power, prestige, weight; infamy, notoriety
Near Antonymsinsignificance; inferiority, mediocrity; obscureness, obscurity
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