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mystic

mys·tic

mystic

 
pronunciation:
mI stihk
parts of speech:
adjective, noun
part of speech: adjective
definition 1: having hidden or spiritually symbolic meaning.
synonyms:
mystical, psychic, transcendental
similar words:
metaphysical, occult, secret, spiritual, supernatural, symbolic
definition 2: of or relating to religious or occult mysteries.
synonyms:
epiphanic, occult, psychic, spiritual, supernatural, transcendental
similar words:
ethereal, holy, metaphysical, otherworldly, preternatural, profound
definition 3: of or relating to mystics or mysticism.
synonyms:
mystical, occult, psychic, transcendental
similar words:
magic, magical, metaphysical, otherworldly, preternatural, spiritual
definition 4: arousing a sense of mystery.
synonyms:
arcane, cryptic, mysterious, mystical, occult, puzzling
similar words:
abstruse, baffling, enigmatic, hidden, inscrutable, shadowy, veiled
 
part of speech: noun
definition: a person who believes in or practices the gaining of insight into mysteries by transcending ordinary human reality, esp. through revelation or processes of concentrated meditation.
synonyms:
psychic
similar words:
clairvoyant, medium, parapsychologist, seer, soothsayer, spiritualist