- transcellular fluid,
- transcendental aesthetic,
- transcendental analytic,
- transcendental argument,
- transcendental dialectic
Origin of transcendent
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A Europe which is no longer open to the transcendent dimension of life is a Europe which risks slowly losing its own soul.
We should play the role and realize that we are transcendent of it, and playing into it.
While he was in a coma for seven days, his consciousness entered a series of transcendent realms.
Scientists believe this is the basis of transcendent states of consciousness.
Chi, like Samantha (Scarlett Johannson), ends up becoming a transcendent being that threatens her relationship with a human.
What, then, did that book mean when it spoke of transcendent loves which illumine one's existence?A Love Episode|Emile Zola
What needed all this, if this had been a transcendent, extraordinary, and not an ordinary synod?The Divine Right of Church Government|Sundry Ministers Of Christ Within The City Of London
As the glory of this place is transcendent beyond imagination, so probably is the extent of it.The Young Gentleman and Lady's Monitor, and English Teacher's Assistant|John Hamilton Moore
As a feminine substantive it means a transcendent virtue or perfection.Hinduism And Buddhism, Volume II. (of 3)|Charles Eliot
Well, beauty is a wonderful gift; that is, the transcendent beauty that every one acknowledges.
- (in the philosophy of Kant) beyond or before experience; a priori
- (of a concept) falling outside a given set of categories
- beyond consciousness or direct apprehension
mid-15c., from Latin transcendentem, present participle of transcendere (see transcend).