ultramundane

[uhl-truh-muhn-deyn, -muhn-deyn]

Origin of ultramundane

1540–50; < Latin ultrāmundānus, equivalent to Latin ultrā ultra- + mundānus mundane
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Historical Examples of ultramundane

  • The hope of ultramundane felicity is, therefore, an illusion, and man is to seek such happiness as is possible only in this life.


British Dictionary definitions for ultramundane

ultramundane

adjective
  1. extending beyond the world, this life, or the universe
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