Supernatural in a sentence as a noun

A number of points raised by the author Kevin gives the feeling that he has a supernatural insight into why tradeoffs were made.

A lot of supernatural belief is based on unexplained things in people's everyday life.

We get along - issues of faith/belief/supernatural generally don't even come up.

Regrets that people have on their death-bed are not necessarily imbued with a supernatural clarity.

And if the natural antecedents are forgotten or fade away then all that is left is unexplained event that seems supernatural.

Suspects aren't arrested based on what they are 'thinking', but rather the agreement of 3 supernatural precogs that can see events before they happen.

No belief in an afterlife, but belief that the material world was a thing skin over the supernatural world which actually controlled everything?

People might encounter unexplained events in their everyday life and jump to the conclusion that it is supernatural because they don't know where to look to find the natural causes.

Supernatural in a sentence as an adjective

Magic helps skepticism because it makes you cognizant of the fact that things can appear to be supernatural if you are not ready at all times to check for natural explanations.

" Eventually, these ancestors became gods and their accomplishments are magnified to supernatural levels of achievement.

I can't understand how you trash religions institutions in one paragraph, then veer off into the utterly supernatural by talking about "innate" individual rights in the next.

It wouldn't have served the Christian purpose to allow for a kind of spirituality to prosper that was more willing to pander to the supernatural in life - this is supposed to be Christs' job, after all. I think the definition as you have stated it is far from what the originators of the language intended .. but who knows?

How hard is it to take the human condition and it's joys and sorrows seriously and at face-value, exalting what we are and might become without resorting to silly supernatural fairy tales.

I then offered that, if belief in the supernatural was a prerequisite to be selected into a jury I would gladly swear by Thor to tell the truth and nothing but the truth, etc. I told him that I like that story a little better because of the cool hammer.

Well I live in New Zealand - "mana" is a Maori word that's sometimes used when referring to people - it doesn't really have a "supernatural" meaning, more one of "well earned importance and respect" - someone with great mana has the respect of their peers/community/tribe and deserve respect by others for this reason

Supernatural definitions


supernatural forces and events and beings collectively; "She doesn't believe in the supernatural"

See also: occult


not existing in nature or subject to explanation according to natural laws; not physical or material; "supernatural forces and occurrences and beings"