Ethically, mystically, he was always a Christian; dogmatically he knew not what he was.
"Miss Saunders is going to paint me," said Charmian, mystically.
Had not her life been one long, mystically symmetrical training for such a situation, such an emergency as this?
I had been mystically moved by the man's presence; I was moved more by his absence.
We loved the deep, mystically religious soul of the Russians in their anguished struggles for freedom!
There were all kinds of speculations, ranging from the mystically sublime to the broadly comical.
Before her was the Capitol, lighted from below, its dome floating cloudily above the white parapets as if mystically sustained.
He looked sadly, mystically, over the breastwork at the green face of a wood, where now were many little puffs of white smoke.
mystically, the patriarchs and prophets are called the everlasting hills, by reason of the eminence of their wisdom and holiness.
Observe, now, in the upper portions of the composition, how the spirit of the age is mystically developed before the spectator.