mystic definition

  • adjective:
    • Of or concerning religious mysteries or occult rites and methods.
    • Of or regarding mysticism or mystics.
    • Inspiring a sense of mystery and wonder.
    • Mysterious; unusual.
    • Enigmatic; obscure.
    • Mystical.
    • Of, or relating to mystics, mysticism or occult mysteries; mystical.
    • Mysterious and strange; arcane, obscure or enigmatic.
    • Remote from or beyond human understanding; baffling man understanding; unknowable; obscure; mysterious.
    • Importing or implying mysticism; concerning some key definition; allegorical; emblematical
    • employing mysticism; ; -- contrasted to rational, rational, analytical.
    • having an import perhaps not obvious to the sensory faculties nor apparent toward cleverness; beyond ordinary understanding
    • concerning or characteristic of mysticism
    • regarding or resembling mysticism
  • noun:
    • a person who practices or believes in mysticism or certain as a type of mysticism: Protestant mystics.
    • an individual who practices mysticism.
    • One fond of mysticism; person who keeps mystical views, interpretations, etc.; specifically, in ecclesiastical record, a person who professed mysticism. See mysticism.
    • one that accepts or preaches some kind of mysticism; especially [capitalized], one that keeps on potential for direct mindful and unmistakable sex with Jesus by a species of ecstasy. See Quietist, Pietist, Gichtelian.
    • somebody who feels into the existence of realities beyond human being comprehension
  • others:
    • with respect to any of the ancient secrets.
    • Hidden from or obscure to individual knowledge or understanding: pertaining to what is obscure or incomprehensible; mysterious; dark; obscure; specifically, expressing a sense comprehensible only to an increased class of cleverness or even to those specifically started.
    • Of or pertaining to mystics or mysticism.
    • within the civil law of Louisiana, sealed or sealed: because, a Mystic testament
    • Synonyms and Cabalistic, etc. See mystical.

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