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superphysical

[soo-per-fiz-i-kuh l]
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adjective
  1. above or beyond what is physical; hyperphysical.

Origin of superphysical

First recorded in 1595–1605; super- + physical
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Examples from the Web for superphysical

Historical Examples

  • Rather do they extend the field of scientific investigation into the superphysical.

    The Way of Initiation

    Rudolf Steiner

  • Indeed, it is next to impossible to shake off these superphysical cerebrums.

    Byways of Ghost-Land

    Elliott O'Donnell

  • The laws that govern the superphysical are not known to us at present.

    Byways of Ghost-Land

    Elliott O'Donnell

  • When I recovered, the dawn was breaking and all evidences of the superphysical had disappeared.

    Byways of Ghost-Land

    Elliott O'Donnell

  • As he toiled on his breast ached under a pain that was superphysical.

    The Hills of Refuge

    Will N. Harben


British Dictionary definitions for superphysical

superphysical

adjective
  1. not explained by the known physical laws and phenomena; supernatural
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