metaphysically metaphysically


  • (adv) in a metaphysical manner


  1. There are some metaphysically meaty differences between the sexes, but they're not easy to rate in terms of which sex should rule.
  2. When seers forecast the future literally instead of metaphysically, they usually miss by light-years.
  3. It is very strange, and metaphysically untidy: television has eaten a hole through the membrane separating America's right brain and left brain.


  1. The full moon, the mind, the body, and the soul; drumming circle set for tonight

    As the sun begins to set tonight and the moon begins to rise, Lake Havasu City resident Holly Dove will lead a full moon drumming circle to help others metaphysically discover their true selves. The experience is based on elements of science and spirituality working together.
    on September 18, 2013     Source: Today's News-Herald

  2. RTC: Cushing has another big game

    Reading the coverage of the Houston Texans... Brian Cushing was disruptive right from the start of the Texans' home opener. He greeted media with his 11-month-old son in his arms Sunday evening after a performance that included 11 solo tackles (a number that could go up after the coaches review game tape). "Cushing has found another gear physically and a higher plane metaphysically," writes Dale ...
    on September 16, 2013     Source: ESPN Blogs


  1. "It's the neighbors, man," Romero said. "That's the scariest thing in life, the neighbors. Who am I going to move in next to? I don't think metaphysically about this. It's not about death or an afterlife or anything like that. This is a new...
    on Jun 22, 2005 By: George Romero Source: Foster's Daily Democrat

  2. An Iranian-American scholar Hossein Nasr says, "metaphysically speaking, the gravitational attraction of physical bodies for each other is a particular instance of the universal principle of love operating on the level of physical reality."
    on Sep 23, 2009 By: Seyyed Hossein Nasr Source: Jakarta Post

  3. "I'm talking metaphysically about the fact that there's nothing lost and everything is saved and goes into the ether," Emin said in an interview, clad in a short raincoat and running shoes as photographers clicked away at her slender frame.
    on Apr 13, 2007 By: Tracey Emin Source: Bloomberg

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