mystically mystically

Definition(s):

  • (adv) in a mystical manner

Usage(s):

  • In San Francisco the real loser in the battle, Bishop Parsons, mounted the pulpit of rectorless Trinity Church, spoke mystically.

News

  1. Obama and the Constitution

    In London exile in 1940, Charles de Gaulle decided "it was up to me to take responsibility for France" ("c'etait a moi d'assumer la France "). No U.S. president should assume he is, as de Gaulle almost mystically did, the nation, or is solely responsible for it....
    on September 10, 2013     Source: Victorville Daily Press

  2. George F. Will: A constitutional moment

    In London exile in 1940, Charles de Gaulle decided “it was up to me to take responsibility for France (“c'etait a moi d'assumer la France.”) No U.S. president should assume he is, as de Gaulle almost mystically did, the nation, or is solely responsible for it. Remember this tonight when Barack Obama defends his choice to attack Syria.
    on September 10, 2013     Source: The Troy Record

  3. Will: Obama's constitutional moment

    In London exile in 1940, Charles de Gaulle decided "it was up to me to take responsibility for France." No U.S. president should assume he is, as de Gaulle almost mystically did, the nation, or is solely responsible for it.
    on September 10, 2013     Source: Savannah Morning News

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