The first is Cuomo's supernaturally precise sense of melody.
Save for the occasional howling of wolves and coyotes, the night was supernaturally silent.
The coffin was opened, and the body uncovered, supernaturally.
It was then supernaturally nailed to its rocky bed by seven brass nails.
She was spotlessly clean, and everything about her was supernaturally neat.
If this law be transgressed, the malefactor is supernaturally punished in a variety of ways.
They seemed to sink into the earth, and then slowly and supernaturally to emerge.
To them she looked supernaturally tall, supernaturally weird, with great glowing eyes and tongues of flame illumining her person.
Upon my word, I never saw the likes of them—black and supernaturally big.
The supernaturally gifted man was no mere machine, no automaton ruled in spite of himself by a superior spirit.
early 15c. "above nature, transcending nature, belonging to a higher realm," from Medieval Latin supernaturalis "above or beyond nature," from Latin super "above" (see super-) + natura "nature" (see nature). Originally with more of a religious sense, "of or given by God, divine; heavenly;" association with ghosts, etc., has predominated since c.1799.
1580s, from supernatural (adj.).