adjective trans·empirical \¦tran(t)s, -raan-, -nz+\

Definition of transempirical

  1. :  being beyond experience :  transcendent positivism had as its basic motivation the elimination of transempirical metaphysics — E. C. Moore

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Origin and Etymology of transempirical

trans- + empirical

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