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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Transparent eyeballs, magic mushrooms The feeling of transcendence — the vanishing self — that accompanies awe appears to have a physical basis, too.
Everyone who passes through the desert remembers the majestic Joshua tree; its namesake has inspired artists, filmmakers and many a sojourner in search of transcendence.
To experience transcendence during a solar eclipse is a privilege of modernity.
Music and singing were essential means of creating ecstatic moments of transcendence: a vibrant, emotional, very public form of faith.
Here conductor and orchestra achieved genuine transcendence.
Ever since, people have expected nothing less than majesty and transcendence, although merely mind-blowing will do in a pinch.
Yet there are tender moments, luminous in their transcendence, to lift the reader’s mood.
Transcendence is not a goal served by the pat conclusions that mar some of these stories.
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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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